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... it wasn't long till we hit the ocean road. It's a beautiful road and made even more beautiful by the huge sunset we got to experience while driving. We made it to Budva after dark but we managed to find our hostel quite quickly. Being tired and in no mood to cook, but also very hungry we grabbed food at the closet restaurant. For a change it was me who made a furry friend not Kata. This little kitten literally huged me! I also had ...
... Ulcinj anytime soon. In the bus station I met an Albanian younger who spoke good fluent Spanish (Mexican telenovelas strike again) so we went for beers together, and then I ran into Ramon, from Canarias who I had met a day earlier in a bus from Kotor so I had an unexpected but good reunion with new friends before leaving Ulcinj. As the bus schedule was not really convenient, it was time to hitchhike again (autostop/'aventon'), so with my 20 kilo backpack and ...
Finally! There's the sun! It's over 30 degrees Celsius! This is what I wanted! Now, I can just lie down on the beach, do nothing... An amazing feeling! There are almost no people, the water is perfectly clean and blue, and hot as if in a bath. I don't want anything else. Or maybe... Yes, I want something, I want a cold beer. Cold beer, clear water, the sun... life is perfect!
Everybody needs such moments, even me. And I am not a kind of guy who goes on holiday ...
... could see the walls of the fortress illuminated with great big floodlights. The wall was massive, and stretched all the way from the bottom of the village to the top of the mountain, there to protect the town from invading ottomans. We walked around the streets for about an hour then decided to call it a night and head home for some rest.
The next morning we got up early and decided to climb the fortress. We quickly made our way there in order ...
... the beginning -- and wouldn't have time to grab dinner. We settled into our chaise lounges and looked across the pool to the giant white wall where The Hangover 2 was being projected. Despite the empty stomachs and the long walk, it was a wonderful evening under the stars watching a funny movie and forgetting about the toe trauma. Montenegro was definitely providing us with a wonderful (and much needed) contrast to Skhodra.