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Well this was the most incredible idea I could have asked for. A days excursion to Montenegro, another former Yugoslavian country that occupies a portion of the coastline on the Adriatic sea. This was something else, the cities were much like Dubrovnik but the location and georgraphy was just unbelievable.
We woke up at 6:30am with little sleep and got our stuff together before heading to the meeting point just outside of the city walls which was a ...
... and working in the hostel as well as local people on the street - some even joined us one night at one of the bars.
It was hard to leave but it was time for the travels to continue, so on we went.
Night Train from Serbia to Montenegro - 19/5 to 20/5
12 hour train from Belgrade to Bar. 2 hour bus from Bar to Kotor. It wasn’t great… Next time, we shall try to avoid the night travel!
However, we did have ...
We took a short 20 minute bus ride to Perast, and while only 20 minutes away, it felt like another world. There were no tourists and Perast could be considered the most beautiful town on the bay. We splurged for a fancy hotel, which had a balcony with a great view of the bay. A boat took us out to two man made islands. One has a church on it and the other has a monastery. I had never seen anything like this, and it was great to get out on the water.
... narrow road and praying no one is coming down we got up... but where is Jordi?
I am sure you now the pictures in the book - Where is Wally.... well I have had more luck finding him than Jordi - up and down the narrow lane - we went - no sign. Turned around at the top by backing into a piece over hanging the cliff... hmmm. Found a place to stop then got out and began walking up and down calling her name. Nothing.
I had parked on a bend ...
... from Serbia.
Marc and I split off from Phyllis and Joe for this day to get some good hiking in. Well, it was more a climb than a hike...up 1,350 stairs up to a height of 4,000 feet. We had to do it to get to the fort that overlooks the medieval city of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the surrounding river canyon.
As we ascended we could see the full perimeter of the thick walls that ...