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... He was a smooth driver, we never felt his shifting.
Once crossing the border into Montenegro, the topography completely changed. It changed from lush farming valleys and green hills to rocky outcroppings, olive trees and drier land. The black and gray craggy mountains were a stark contrast to the lushness we had just seen in Albania.
As we drove into the winding road leading to Kotor, the first ...
... table started joining in, and one of the guys was 'cheersing' so hard that he kept breaking people's glasses, then his friend kept buying beer and topping up everyone's drinks! So there were many many drinks and lots of fun and music shared between everyone! Eventually, some time after the music had finished, we decided to head off and stopped by a pizza place for a pizza slice (which was served topped with ketchup and mayonnaise!) then headed back to the hostel and went to ...
... The most enlightening being the Balkan conflict and the enduring impacts on the hearts and minds of Serbians. Clearly this was only one side of the story but it was particularly personal and poignant and I felt incredibly ignorant for travelling through the Balkan regions not really understanding the issues, that although historical, still pervade young minds.
The rest of our trip there we went to Kotor, where we ate our body weight in mixed grill and ...
... now that I was a bit better it was ok to switch to the oral medicine, but I would have to take the full course of 10 days instead of finishing in a few days - well, much easier anyway, and my liver could definitely do with a break from drinking by now). I had no idea whether to stay in Kotor or go to Albania, and I had about 1 hr to decide (and pack, if that's what I was doing).. so I skyped with mum, dad, dan & Vicki for decision making re Albania tour ...
... that contains golden holy objects, paintings, silk and golden costumes for bishops and some statues.
Cattaro is also a Unesco World Heritage Site and unfortunately had been hardly damaged by a strong earthquake in 1979.
It is also famous for its Summer Carnival that attracs about 30,000 visitors.
Before arriving in Kotor, if you do not take the ferry-boat to save about 30 km of road, you meet the town of PERAST that will have a great future ...