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Travel Blogs from Budva
... was taking the overnight bus to Sarajevo she seemed ok with it and even friendly. So that was kind of weird.
At this point, I parted ways for a bit from the guys. They needed to unpack and then re-park the car in the free parking, and I wanted to see the city a bit since I was there for a few hours and the weather had turned nice. There were some threatening clouds up in the hills behind us, but the weather in Budva itself was lovely. I paid 2.50 euro to ...
... Alberta tar sands goo: another cluster**** for Rachel.
The captain had lots of tidbits of information and readily answered any inquiries. Kotor used to be the capital of present day Montenegro in days of yore. Waterfront properties go for about a million euros. Tourism was very good this year but still some 25% below levels before the 2008 economic mess.
The sun was setting on our return. Somebody had cracked Arjan's plastic glass so when I poured him a rum ...
- Drive from Dubrovnik, Croatia to Montenegro - drive around Bay of Kotor to the town of Kotor
- Lunch in Kotor, ferry boat from the Southern mouth of the Bay of Kotor, Lepetane, to the Northern mouth of the Bay of Kotor, Kamenari
- Drive from Kamenari to Croatia (en route to Mostar, Bosnia)
- Commute from Sarajevo, Bosnia; connecting through ...
... all it takes to reconnect with nature and ourselves.
Remember, you are as much a part of nature as are ...
... now that Mulosovich is toast?”
“This is not just water, Ivan. It’s the deepest fiord this side of Vladivostok! Do you not know what this means, my scruffy, toothless friend? Ships! Giant ones like that new Celebrity Solstice can come in here. We need to build a port.”
“Oh, I see, my coarse, unshaven friend. In the old days we pirates used to set out on ...