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... the guitar, and the mandolin. Their music had a Spanish flare to it,....but was beautiful. I ordered my coffee,.....walked to the restroom,....then returned to my table. Just as I sat down to my coffee,....they began playing 'My Way'. Now those of you who 'know' me,....knows that that was my Dad's favorite song. I got goosebumps,....but grabbed my trusty camera to video them playing this special song. ...
... down to the old town and out across the ocean inlet with low laying clouds in the distance - it really was quite a view.
Back at the hostel we had to pack, yet again, and prepare ourselves for the next adventure. We had decided to split a taxi to Dubrovnik in Croatia with Adam and Dara for around the same price that it would've cost to get a bus - €20 each for the cab and the bus seat was €18.
Our stay in Kotor had been short ...
... was breathtaking. We
passed steep cliffs, small town, beaches, ferries and also saw a huge number of
churches and monasteries given the regions religious history. By about 1.250pm we had entered the area of
Kotor and noticed the huge Fort sitting up on the hill above the old town. The Town looked amazingly pretty and we
couldn’t wait to explore. At 1pm we
disembarked the bus before heading straight to the ticket booth to buy ...
... knew about the bus but we just wanted to experience something a little bit different. We had to recognize that we didnīt have so much time to waste (despite of our dignity) and that the lady had a good point as well so we followed her to the bus station. The bus was EUR 1,50 per person. We got off the bus close to the island Sveti Stefan.
Sveti Stefan is a small islet and hotel resort at the same time. It always belonged to more exclusive places in the world ...
... with being short!) Also some beautiful yachts of varying types moored alongside.
This is the part of my trip that was a little undecided on route as i couldn't find much bus info online. i was thinking through Kosovo into Macedonia. But Kotor's Bus station showed no buses going to Kosovo and few into Serbia, i could get a bus to the capitiol and play pot luck there, but then i spotted a ...