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The entire Bay of Kotor including the town of Kotor and other historic towns along its shores is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its cultural monuments and unique natural environment and beauty. The Bay of Kotor is sometimes called Europe's southernmost fjord, but that description is technically not accurate. True fjords are by definition formed by glaciers that gouged deep troughs in the land. The Adriatic Coast was ...
... Civitavecchia: We only spent the night here before the cruise and it was a quaint old Italian village with cobblestone streets and old buildings. The hotel was very small and the room even smaller. We decided to eat in a ristorante right on the waterfront that didn’t open until after 8PM. It turned out to be a great choice for us! We were the only tourists as the locals filled it to capacity. We were told it was that way every night. The food was ...
... In places like Montenegro they have access to consumer goods, but don't have the money yet to clean up the waste as effectively as elsewhere. So it sits in bins and piles at the side of the road waiting for the intermittent collection, and blows everywhere in the slightest breeze.
The road into Montenegro follows the coast and we passed some upmarket seaside resorts, bought, paid for and used by rich Russians. Definitely not in Kansas ...
... me it was impossible although the other person said it was doable but will really suck and my best bet is to meet a girl which will keep me up all night then stumble onto a 5 am bus and transfer like 4 times before I even get to Albania (and many of these busses only run once a day to the location I need). Challenge Accepted.
It was Fourth of July so Charlie and I decided to drink a bit before the pub crawl to celebrate. Unsurprisingly when ...
Leaving Mostar on the morning train, I was off to be picked up by the John sisters in a little train station called Ploce in Croatia. The John sisters, Jiji and Jolsna, are San Franciscans who just happen to be in the neighborhood, so we decide to meet up and pal around for a few days before going our separate ways. They are good fun and if they start acting up all you have to do is drive a curvy road and the swaying sisters will be asleep in no ...