Hotel Blue Star
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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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 ...
... after looking around the square for a little bit we looked up and saw a guy waving at us from one of the balconies. And that's how we found our hostel! We went upstairs to check in and had a chat to the two guys on reception, Kokolo and Marko, who were really fun and cool, then we checked into our room and dropped off our bags before one of them took us upstairs to check out the common room. We had a cuppa up there before heading back downstairs and going to ...
... Trip feel. We also had a great mix of people on the tour, hailing from Iceland, Croatia, Canada, Hong Kong and Australia, more on the aussies later.
We went to some amazing places and learnt a lot about the history of the small country and would be fair to say quite humbled by it. We were overwhelmed with the fact that the Turks had waged war for 500 years in Montenegro which is far longer than NZ's ...
... to Budva. A bit quick!!!!!!
And no problems at the border getting out of Macedonia. Not having an entry stamp didn't matter - thank god.
And what can I say about the trip? Long and tiring! It was a pity the ride from Pristina to Podgorica was very much in the dark as the mountains in the north of Montenegro looked spectacular ( I could see the silouttes) And the mountain passes and roads looked good even in the ...
... s wall two days previous, but they aren't getting old quite yet. Zigzagging through the narrow streets we found the pictures we wanted and we easily found ourselves understanding why we wanted to come here. It wasn't crowded and the people were kind. This was a place we could have easily spent the night, but instead we are off to Budva.
Budva was the stop for lunch. This was where ...