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... is the local brandy. We didn't speak each other's language, but we were invited in for some fresh baked bread from the wood burning oven and given samples of cheese.
The guy giggled a lot and gave us some Pomegranate juice to wash it down. Maybe he'd just finished all the Raki? We have seen this juice for sale a lot from street vendors lately, especially in Sarajevo. We bought a liter of it in Sarajevo for about $2. Wow, what a ...
... a magnificent location. Following about 20 minutes here taking photos and soaking in the history we hopped back in the van.
Next to come was another highlight of our day which was the drive up the hill behind Kotor. This drive was famous. This mountain was climbed on a single lane, dirt, steep track that contained no less than 25 switchbacks. It was amazing and our driver had clearly driven in many many times as he was going a lot faster than either ...
... 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 our
tickets back to Dubrovnik tomorrow afternoon.
Once that purchase was completed we headed to our hostel that we had ...
... you would expect with a fortress that is so old. We were a bit puffed out on the way up and even really old people were climbing up, it was pretty impressive! Once we got to the top we soon realsied that there was no nice grass or place for us to have our picnic so we ate a banana and sat for sometime enjoying the hot sun and the views :) Made our way back down to the Old Town after awhile and headed back to the hostel to cool down and chill out for a bit. ...
... wanted to see more of Serbia, so
I packed my backpack, borrowed a tent, and met up with Danica and Janis in
Belgrade city center. When we found each
other at a kafana, they told me they decided to go to Montenegro, a small
country south of Serbia, the cheapest way possible- hitchhiking!
Friday we made it half way through Serbia. The Serbian countryside is beautiful and I
was a little sad that I didn’t get to stop to explore any of it, ...