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... had to have our passports stamped and give car certificates. A little more serious than other crossings even though they are all still EU members and Montenegro is own the euro as well. Again we saw some cars having to empty all contents on to trolleys for thorough searching. We moved along less than 200m and came to customs checks and again had to go through the whole process again but where then on our way. The day was cloudy but still up,to 37 degrees ...
... wandered around there for awhile. She had loved her pizza dinner yesterday so as I became hungrier, it seemed like a good option to grab a slice of pizza and then go back to the waterfront restaurants for the big glasses of white wine I was obsessing over. We got the pizzas and walked out of the old town walls to the beach. When the pizzas were finished, we headed for the waterfront. On our way, Tee convinced Patrick to join us. He had a beer ...
... I was told to come back later, which is fine because I had to come back later to get my laundry anyway (that's right, laundry... FINALLY). When I went back to check, the reception lady found out that some of the people had changed their minds and no longer wanted to go. She seemed pretty upset about me not being able to go since I couldn't go on that other one today either. She begged or something and then it was a go! So I'm off to Durmitor National Park tomorrow.
... over and show her my blond roots, point to them and say ˝black˝ in Serbian. She seems to understand okay and writes down a time for me to come back. I come back at the allotted time and she sits me down and walks out of the shop. She goes across the road to the supermarket and comes back with a box of black hair dye which she then proceeds to use to dye my roots. Objective achieved! And all that for 12 Euros!
Future tip for travellers to Montenegro: Clothes are ...
... the men at the border but we can let it go, that is until we were greeted with more arrogance by the police men at the ferry.
Once arriving at Kotor, there were no signs to the ferry or any explanation on our tickets. Using our savvyness, we drive around the bay and ask a Police officer who was directing traffic only to discover it was behind the police officer. Due to the large amount of traffic, we have to move on to do a u-turn down the road and reproach the ...
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