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... and eventually being confiscated from the owner. Fortunately, we had a smooth border crossing with all our organs intact! Back in Dubrovnik Stephen dropped us at the ferry terminal where we had to kill three hours before boarding the ferry. We ate dinner, built our leg muscles by taking a walk with our backpacks and searched for a Milka bar with no success. Finally, it was time to board the ferry. We climbed down to our room to find a very compact space with two bunk beds and a ...
... We shall see. Since he had to work for another 1/2 hour he gave me Direction to his house about 15 km south of the Airport and told me he would meet me there for Lunch. Great hospitality , great People , I like it here. After Lunch Adrian went back to work and I went for an Local Bike tour south where Croatia borders with Montenegro. Speaking with People I sense there are still a lot of hard feelings between the Croatia ...
This afternoon we took a boat ride across the bay to a tiny man-made island with a church on it. The scenery was just amazing the whole time -- bright blue-green water, red-roofed buildings, and towering mountains on all sides.
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... the two lines of cars and buses to creep through and soon we're rolling into Cetinje, Montenegro's former capital city. It's a fairly small and undistinguished place and we would have passed straight through on our way toward the coast were it not for the fact that there are no signs in sight to point the way. After driving through a great deal of Cetinje, visiting some parts of it multiple times, we stop and ask directions and within a few minutes, pass the sign to Budvar at ...
... citadel, which stands along the south end of the city walls. The citadel and the city walls date back to the 15th century; like the rest of the town, they suffered severe damage in the 1979 earthquakes, and have largely been restored and reconstructed. We climbed the steps to the citadel, paid our 2 euro entrance fee, then walked up to the walls where we were treated to lovely views of the city and sea. From that ...