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... from our previous experience we all went lamb. It was braised and rather salty but warm and welcoming given how cold it had turned. Packed up and shipped out headed for the coast after filling up. Owen had made such an impression the guy had to hug him goodbye. We decided to ignore tommys suggested alternative routes that were 'faster' in his opinion and stuck to the main road. The drive was pretty spectacular, defiantly the best scenery yet however the ...
... while I was there. There are over 1000 steps to reach the highest point. About halfway up is a small church. The fort itself is in ruins, but the views of the bay and the town are remarkable.
As I was able to see all of Kotor in one afternoon, I decided to head to another town the next day. The one that I chose was called Perast. It is another one of those towns which literally has two streets, one with houses, and one with ...
... sometimes meet inside, or sweet. It is really delicious! They left me in Opucen, where I was so lucky to find a young man going straight to Dubrovnik, some 150km from there. Besides he was a really friendly guy, with who I had some intersting conversations and found out he was a really talented amateur photographer from the pictures he was showing me. During the whole ride through this coastal road you ...
... free here so checked all my messages. But then I discovered that there is free wifi in all of the old town. So much more civilised than having to hunt around. Kotor is definitely worth a return visit. The fjord like scenery is spectacular. It takes a good hour to get from Kotor to the open sea. Little villages looking pretty in the midday sun on the ...
... The party is happening here as even on a Sunday afternoon, club notes were heard loud and clear at the beach. We ate lunch by the water at one of the several restaurants along the beach. These restaurants were all really cool, going all out in their decor, kind of like the Rainforest Cafe. Prices were fair though it definitely was catered for tourists.
The Old Town of Budva is smaller than Kotor and you can easily ...
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