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... have had sudo sandy beaches. This beach is mostly pebbles and broken shells. Definitely not one of the more appealing beaches, but at least the water here is clean and clear.
This festival is substantially smaller in scale than EXIT with only about 20,000 people expected in attendance per night. With only 5 stages the first night still wasn't closed to packed. That being said it was a Wednesday and most people wouldn't attend til the weekend. Prodigy headlined ...
... Either the driver or Mladen said from the front seat, "like Formula 1!". Miraculously, we made it. Once at the monastery, we saw hundreds of blankets inside the main gates. Here, people camp out for the day or even longer. Often they do so when they are unwell or have a sick relative. We waited 45 minutes or so to get into the monastery which was impressive, but I must admit I felt a bit uncomfortable at times not knowing proper etiquette. The actual inside of ...
... like a country and region this old would just leave well enough alone. Can you imagine if America messed with us this way!
A bit of recent history first. Montenegro was part of the former Yugoslavia and remained with Yugoslavia even after the war when in 1991 the neighboring countries of Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Slovenia and Macedonia split from Yugoslavia. In 2003 Yugoslavia expires and is replaced by the state union of Serbia and Montengro. Montenegrins ...
... are creamy white stone with old wooden window shutters and in some cases even come with the lines of washing hanging out to dry (why I like to photograph this, I will never know, it’s just washing). The back drop to all this beauty is the stone grey mountains with the old fortress steps and walls snaking their way up into an all impressive fort. Even bigger mountains sit behind all this and in a few months from now it will be covered in masses of snow. But just like ...
... the beautiful fortressed town. A smaller, more beautiful, version of Split.
And finally we returned to Cally. Who, other than a small ant infestation, was doing splendidly and started first time. Not bad for a little old lady of 23 after 6 weeks no usage. Proud as punch we have hit the road again heading south towards Dubrovnik along the beautiful Dalmation coast. Croatia is truly blessed with mile upon mile of stunning coastline and we are finding it hard to leave. ...
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