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... somewhere else I think and just stops in Budva. It wasn't entirely full, so no one sat next to me, which was nice because I could put my pack on the floor next to me and actually have leg room for my own feet instead of having my feet on top of my pack like usual.
At about 2:30 AM we arrived at the border to Bosnia and Herzegovina. They woke us all up and told us to get out our passports. And then we waited. And waited some more. At about 3 AM they ...
... alone (their own Michelangelo the guide describes the painter as). It's interesting to see and hear about the tributes which have to be left there by current brides, as well as individual carved pieces of silver left there by fishermen over the years (now total 2000 pieces and all very beautiful).
But to see the Boka Bay is amazing in itself. We found out today that this is the bay we first saw as we drove over the hill yesterday. Looking from the Our Lady of ...
... It is immediately South of the Bay of Kotor, but still an ancient coastal town affording amazing views of the Adriatic Coast. If Kotor was the sight-seeing capital of Montenegro, Budva was its "summer vacation" capital. There were Russians everywhere! In language, food, culture, people, I easily could have felt as if I were in Russia. For whatever reason (the absence of a warm water beach?), there were thousands of Russians in Budva.
... a glass of their homemade honey wine. It certainly made the drive back down a little less nerve wracking! The weather started to turn a little nasty, and we were told we had to get back to the ship, so unfortunately we were unable to have a look around the town and so we just had to admire it from afar. Despite the weather it was well worth the visit. Tomorrow it's back across the Adriatic and then in to the Ionian sea to the island of ...
Budva is a neat old town that is known to be Montenegro's busiest tourist destination. It is a walled town that has many nice restaurants and little cafes on the beach. There are beautiful stone archways in the walls surrounding the town that lead to these cafes, see the picture below! Our first day here we wandered around and sat at a cafe on the beach, it was so relaxing sitting and watching the big waves crash onto the stoned city walls. Our hostel ...
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