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... first border crossing did not go quite as planned... The Bosnian official pulled us over and informed us that they had found traces of THC on Steve's passport (to clarify, Steve had just spent one and a half years in Amsterdam working at the Flying Pig. Even little old ladies would have had traces of THC on their passports in the same situation). They would have to search our entire car and have us body searched. Did we realise that ...
... views of the bay with all the boats and the buildings of the town with their red-tile roofs. I just loved the town itself. Once we got down, we wandered around all the little alleyways with their own vistas. There were pretty shuttered windows and grill work on the lanterns and balconies. Lots of flowers - roses, geraniums on the balconies - just a plenitude of visual delights.
We stopped for some refreshment at a cafe as soon as we ...
... what did bother me was that the two drivers/arseholes were arrogant, mean and a little bit creepy right off the bat. First they ignored you when you tried to pay them to put your bags under the bus (also something that isn't ideal, but I don't really have a problem with it), they just looked right through you while smoking a cigarette, meanwhile there are 45 eager travellers all trying to put their bags under the bus so they ...
... the Old Town of Kotor to find my accommodation, which is only a 2 minute walk from the Old Town Main Gate, making the location was perfectly great.
The town of Kotor was exactly what I pictured myself much of the most Southern European Coastal Town to be like. Most of the local people in the old town were quite stylish, good manner and well dressed, the fjord was not as dramatic as Norway's or Alaska's fjords but it was still very stunning.
The old town of Kotor ...
... very similar to that in Dubrovnik but about a quarter of the size and only 2% of the tourists! We wandered the cobbled streets and got lost several times but the beauty of getting lost in a tiny little walled town is that after not too long you end up back where you started.
We dined at a seafood restaurant where I ordered a whole grilled fish that was so tasty I had to exercise extreme restraint to not pick up the bones and lick them at ...
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