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... The scenery alone was worth the trip.
After lunch, we got back in Mladen's van and after stopping at a couple of lookouts for photos, he had a surprise for us. He drove us through the town he grew up in and then pulled into the driveway of his family house, which was where he grew up. We all got out of the van and were welcomed warmly by his parents. His mother invited us inside and we sat on their couches. Mladen poured us each shots of ...
corruption; country where most important surviving rule is ‘whom you know and who knows you’; country where people live like there is no tomorrow; country that let foreigners buy their villages and land; country called Montenegro!
Montenegro perplexes me. I find it really beautiful and yet, at the same time, there is something, I cannot really put ...
On the way back we opted for the main road but must have hit peak hour traffic as it was a constant start/stop for miles. I was not the slightest bit interested in the long drive around the coast.... so opted for the tightly packed ferry and back to our beautiful apartment with its stunning views and cool breezes.
Kids are off playing with their friends again.... life is good.
... adventure stories like this. Another reason we love the hostel atmosphere even though we are always old enough to be most of the other boarders grandparents!
The next day was out hiking day. And what a hike it was. First up to St John's Hill and the walled fortress and then on to some of the peaks of Lovcen Massif. You first start right in the walled old town of Kotor, through a narrow passage way to the start of some steps that lead to the fortress going STRAIGHT ...
... city in a hidden bay that looks like fiord from Norway. The old city is surrounded by a wall, and there are three gates that grant entrance to the inside part of the wall into the old city, the three entrances are few meters away from the sea front and back in the day it was possible to reach one of the entrances (number 2) directly from the sea. The architecture is influenced by Venice, as it was under Venetian control for many years, as well as Ottoman ...