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Travel Blogs from Petrovac
Today's ride was 206km as we took the short route due to bad weather and the fact that 5 of our group had been hit by an intestinal virus which was sleeping the area. We travelled via Mojkovac, Kolasin, Podgorica and Virpazar. It was a particularly bad day for riding with adverse weather traffic delaying roadworks and two accidents to negotiate on the way. The night before we had shared our hotel with a group of German BMW riders. We ...
... We met a couple from Holland who were headed North towards Kotor and we decided to split a taxi with them for cost savings. The drive to Kotor was exciting, to say the least. The highway weaved in and out of coastal cliffs and inlets and was packed with crazy and aloof drivers while somehow maintaining a state organized chaos.
Upon arriving in Kotor's centre, we were almost immediately were approached by a lady us asking if we needed ...
... can only
legally carry 2 passengers, and so he asked another driver (he was travelling
in a caravan) to take one of us over the border. Janis, being the only guy, went with the
other driver. Not too much later, we got
a text from Janis saying the driver stopped and left him behind. We were a little worried, but a car picked
Janis up and we met him just over the border when our driver stopped for
lunch. We were very happy to be
... was the start of my photographic afternoon. Who should I run into but Rachel, heading for her rendezvous with Nathalie: verbal but mordant.
The Franciscan monastery of St Clara was the first religious place entered. It was small but had a nice altar.
St Nicholas Church is the largest church in the northern end of the old town. Its altar was rather dark in colours. The church is rather large by local standards.
... watching! Way more than the other morning thru the Straight. We snuck down a few decks out at the spa level and had a railing to ourselves. The mountains seemed to get higher as we went further in and the towns were starting to wake up. Each shore had a road paved along it that clung to the seaside, beautiful drive that would be! We passed a few islands and peninsulas that had old fortresses still intact just begging for some research to answer ...