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... exploring the fortress we bumped into a couple that we'd met back at the hostel in Shkodër. We'd also previously been reunited with a guy we'd met at the hostel in Berat in Shkodër and another guy we'd met in Berat at Kotor bus station! It just goes to show how small the world really is.
The climb down from the fortress proved to be no less tricky than the climb up! The light was quickly fading and the "official" entrance to the fort was ...
... of the country.
The bunkers were abandoned following the collapse of communism in 1990. Most are now derelict, though some have been reused for a variety of purposes including residential accommodation, cafés, storehouses and shelters for animals or the homeless. A few briefly saw use in the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s. (Wikipedia)
... in the ninth century. First, we gathered our strength and stamina with cappuccino on one of the small plazas and visiting some of the churches that were part of this medieval town.
Then we headed up the ramparts and continued going up, pausing frequently to breathe and to enjoy the view, wishing for a breeze but there was none. Ultimately, we climbed halfway to the top – to the Church of Our Lady of Good Health.
We caught our ...
... and this time the wait was a little longer but we all got approved entry and on went.
Once we crossed the border I noticed an immediate difference in the surroundings. Montenegro was a lot dirtier than Croatia and from the bus I could see mounds of rubbish piled up along the road side. I was a little taken aback by the rundown houses and you could see that the locals here were a bit poorer than those in Croatia.
Because we had experienced quite a bit of luck with ...
... tried to organise a day trip to Lovćen National Park. However, we soon discovered that there was no public transport going to or from the the national park. We couldn't hire a car as I'd left my driving license at home, plus it was really expensive. Our last option was to try and hire some bikes and ride up there, but the guy working in the hostel advised us not to do that as the road was really long (+50km) and really steep! We considered going on ...