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... At home we had a quick lunch, then Gee and I left to find a beach while the other two had a snooze. Our hostel receptionist in Podgorica had told us to walk past Old Town to find a nicer and less popular beach than the main ones, so we followed her instructions and arrived at the beach to find it absolutely packed. We stood up the back near ridiculously loud speakers blasting terrible music and waited for someone to leave so we could grab a patch of sand. On the plus side, ...
... the Guest House Andjelich. The map we had was rubbish (Google maps printout) but tourist information managed to point us in the right direction. It turned out that the guest house was literally 50m behind the bus station!
At the guest house, there was a German couple who were doing a bike tour of Montenegro. However, they had had to cut their trip short after adopting a stray puppy dog (looked like
the andrex puppy!). The owner of the guest house ...
I took several photos in the village and took advantage of the lights of the setting sun. Then I returned to the house and it was soon time to eat. The dinner was really delicious: we get bean soup, boiled meat, salad and home-made yoghurt. Our accommodation was superb in Theth. We stayed in a huge house owned by a local family and our hosts prepared all meals for us. It was sad to know that the next morning we had to say goodbye to this idyllic ...
Win win of the day: We wanted to go to Ostrog Monastery which is an amazing old Monastery literally built into the side of a cliff, but unfortunately we wanted to go on a day that tour buses were not running. We decided to catch the bus to Podgorica (capital of Montenegro) and get a taxi from there to the Monastery. When we got to the bus station I went to buy us a ticket to Podgorica, but as I was in the queue mum struck up a conversation with a man outside who told ...
... about two hours, followed by nearly three hours there. While nice, it was WAY too much time there ... especially being the guy following a tour that was completely done in Russian and Serbian. It would've been way too much time even had the tour been in English, and I would've been more than satisfied with just half an hour or an hour of wandering around by myself.
Apparently there is tons of interesting ...
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