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We rose much earlier than our usual time, made breaky and packed our bags. Our guide for the day, Stephen, picked us up promptly at 8 AM. We started towards Montenegro closely following the Adriatic Coastline. On the trip to the border we learned more about the Croatian war and how the Serbs took over the Yugoslavian army and left the Croatians with almost no weapons to fight with. We also learned that Montenegro fought alongside the Serbs against Croatia, but the relations between ...
... instead of the tunnel) There we were able to stroll around the old
walled city of Kotor where there were various cafes, bars, restaurants and gift
shops. The buildings suffered damage in an earthquake that occurred 1979, but have
been rebuilt and the area is just beautiful with the old stonework and stone
We returned to our ship at
about 4pm and went to our cabin.
For some time now, Karen has
had very ...
I had never heard of Kotor, Montenegro before researching this trip, and I developed in my head an unfortunate connection between the twon and the character Hodor in Game of Thrones, such that I would mumble "Kotor, Kotor" in my head. It didn't help that Kotor is an Medieval fortified (first in 535 A.D.) city with the accordant commonalities with Game of Thrones. And I am sorry if the ...
... effort to reforest with a a wide variety of trees so it looks like there are beautiful gardens everywhere instead of row plantings of the same species. We headed into the city early so we could start at least one of the city walks. Half way round and way found the highly recommended drinks only bar, outside the city walls on the southern edge. It's built right down to the waters edge and people swim from the rocks, amazing sunsets, and live music while you ...
... was tent free! I thus continued my way onwards to Kotor where when getting off the bus i was waylaid by a sweet old man offering me a room in his old cottage for 12 euros. Wanting to help local business ventures out rather than giving my money to big hostels that are generally always busy, i went to view the place and ...