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Up early for a mission to the cash machine in the nearby village, Owen was going to hitch a ride up with one of the camping guys at 8am so I set the alarm. Turns out my phone hadn't switched back an hour and it was actually only 6.45 when I was giving him the hurry up - whips! We were headed off rafting today, the water wasn't amazing but with the canyon being the second deepest in the world, the views would be pretty cool anyways. Nick made friends with ...
... protected the old city. During this trip I have become highly sensitive to the way rock and stone has been used through the ages for building material, artistic medium, and tools. Nowhere was this more apparent than in the city of Kotor where the beautiful city walls, houses, churches and public buildings are all made of stone and have been put to same use for hundreds of years.
As we huffed and puffed, ...
... a few farms, and a tiny village where we stopped for a snack of homemade bread, local cheese, and their version of prosciutto, which is a little bit more spicy than the Italian version. With a glass of the local red wine to wash it all down, it was delicious! We set off for our next stop, the old capital of Montenegro, Cetinje, and toured the palace of Prince (and eventually King) Nicolas I. Frankly not terribly impressive, but it's not fair ...
... thick cumulous clouds swallow the tops of the mountains bringing a change of weather to Kotor. With the pier to myself, I polish off a good octopus salad and a plate of sea bass and grilled vegetables to the accompaniment of Brayan Ferry's version of 'Jealous Guy' and 10cc's 'I'm Not in love.' a cab back to Palazzo Radomiri to watch the dusk settle over the bay and the lights come on in the houses across the ...
... As we wandered, we realized that the area along the water was occupied by an enormous boardwalk filled with amusement park rides for the kids, an unending string of bars and restaurants, countless shops selling everything from water toys to clothing to souvenirs, and about a million tourists. After a dinner of pizza (what else?), we browsed in some of the stalls, stared up at the stars, and then called it a night.
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