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... was talking to Maria, the cruise consultant and advised her that I was told Kotor is like the Norwegian Fjords. She soon put me in my place by telling me they are so different from the Fjords. From where I stood, looking out at the rugged mountains rising up on either side of the bay and gently sweeping down to the water line below, some mountain side more barren that others, they were exactly like the Fjords!!
We passed the island of Sveti Đorđe with ...
... to the fortress, it soon become clear that this dusty path would lead us to a window in the wall of the fortress which we'd need to climb through. After crawling through the window, brushing ourselves off and trying to look nonchalant - we were in!
The view from the fortress was amazing, you could see right over the old town and the rest of Kotor and it was cool to watch it change from dusk to dark and watch all the lights come on down ...
... Canadian girls we met had met along their travels and were good fun
as we told travel stores and laughed our way through the rest of the evening.
By midnight everyone was still chatting but we decided with another busy day tomorrow
out on a tour of the majority of this pretty country that we’d hit the hay!
Another truly remarkable day travelling the world. Long may it continue.
... to Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia before. But here they come right to the sea, some almost 6,000 feet above the sea level, and made for a gorgeous arrival under the rising sun.
Budva is known as the Montenegrin Miami, but with fat older Russians in Speedos instead of Cubans. The area and all the (mostly pebbly, not sandy) beaches around it are called the "Budvanska Rivijera". There is a walled Old Town which is not ...
... around 3 hours' work to do so we stayed in a bar and then at a restaurant until I had finished everything. Having arranged everything from an Internet café, we got back to the main street to look for souvenirs for our family and friends. Then I exchanged back our remaining lek to euros and we left for the border quite early at 3.
The road to the border was easy but it started to ascend as we entered ...