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... it), we went to another monastery in the town of Cetinje, which is where the most famous Montenegrin king and his family is buried. Each Montenegrin family has a specific saint that is thought to watch over them, so there were lots of families kissing the icons and praying in the church. The church also used to claim to have the hand of St. John the Baptist, but they have since hidden it in a nearby “secure cave” to deter thieves. ...
Left Risan this morning and after breakfast enroute, crossed
back (they really are careful about who comes and goes!) into Croatia.
Turned the car in at the airport, located about 20km from Dubrovnik in
Cilipi, and are waiting now for our flight to Munich.
We will be in Munich for 4 days, so our next post will probably be a summary, as we are heading to Austria, of what we found in Bavaria's major city.
... The scenery alone was worth the trip.
After lunch, we got back in Mladen's van and after stopping at a couple of lookouts for photos, he had a surprise for us. He drove us through the town he grew up in and then pulled into the driveway of his family house, which was where he grew up. We all got out of the van and were welcomed warmly by his parents. His mother invited us inside and we sat on their couches. Mladen poured us each shots of ...
... little green areas only to have red and white road works tape tied from tree to tree to keep you off the grass and to top it off people actually sit on a crammed filthy beach completely littered and call that a luxury holiday!
We are just baffled by this place and don’t get how there is so much investment happening, well actually we do, it’s the Russians! And the irony is that all the investment is ...
... them before our trip with detailed travel plans, they blocked our card with a fraud alert leaving us with only $80 to our names in a city rioting over their poor government and it's economy, not a good time to be broke and stuck there (Thanks Alison for rescuing us back then after a day or so of a few frantic phone calls and SOS emails).
We step inside the bank and of course, no one speaks English so we decide, before we panic too much, to try and find ...