Hotel Blue Star
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We rose much earlier than our usual time, made breaky and packed our bags. Our guide for the day, Stephen, picked us up promptly at 8 AM. We started towards Montenegro closely following the Adriatic Coastline. On the trip to the border we learned more about the Croatian war and how the Serbs took over the Yugoslavian army and left the Croatians with almost no weapons to fight with. We also learned that Montenegro fought alongside the Serbs against Croatia, but the relations between ...
... in the world. As it was just after the end of the peak season, as proved by the biggest nightclub (5,000 people) having closed for the year on August 31st, some of the places were closed and the crowds were reduced, although there were still quite a few people.
On the way here, I passed Sveti Stefan, which is probably Montenegro's most famous image. I was on the wrong side of a shared cab to snap a shot, but here's ...
... effort to reforest with a a wide variety of trees so it looks like there are beautiful gardens everywhere instead of row plantings of the same species. We headed into the city early so we could start at least one of the city walks. Half way round and way found the highly recommended drinks only bar, outside the city walls on the southern edge. It's built right down to the waters edge and people swim from the rocks, amazing sunsets, and live music while you ...
... a fresh fish lunch before continuing on.
As our final destination was Kotor, we drove up and through Mount Lovcen to check out the unique national park, the beautiful views, imaginary rock people, and to take a twisting road down to Kotor Bay through 30-something hairpin, cliff-edged turns!
Let's save Kotor for the next travel blog!
... and remained a conjoined twin until finally declaring it's own independence in 2006. _______________________________________ _________________________ In the morning, grey clouds are rolling over the tops of the mountains, freshening the bay with the occasional shower and we take a cab up to the small town of Perast about 14 km from the hotel; a lesser port town and fishing village with lovely 17th century villas and an old steeple , now trailing vines from its bell tower. Two ...