TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Enigma Durmitor National Park
Travel Blogs from Durmitor National Park
EM_TY Cont'd !!:
The enchanting Ms Cutty Jean was a weathered wooden 20 foot boat captained by the cruisy German, Jens. She was at anchor in the Lustica Bay, and played host to some lucky travelers and the thrilling side business of a jet-stream-flying-machine. The boat was worn, and you could see generations of craftsmanship and memories in every part. We were welcomed aboard by Jen's delightful girlfriend Alexa, their German friend Derrek, and his ...
We woke this morning ready to embrace Montenegro (after yesterday's hasty retreat from Croatia). We are in the Bay of Kotor, so took the scenic, coastal route to Kotor town. It was a lovely drive round the bays and we found parking easily within walking distance. The old town is stunning, probably the nicest walled town so far as the walls extend up behind ...
... 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 ...
... the large waterfall but although there are signposts I almost got lost and finally I gave it up. However, I saw the so-called kulla, a stone tower with very small windows. These towers were once typical in Northern Albania for hundreds of years. The reason was the tradition of the blood feud, or gjakmarra; families fought with each other for decades, killing each other's relatives. The institute of the blood feud was first regulated in the 15th century collection of ...
After our rafting adventure we drove
for a couple of hours south towards Cetinje, the old capital of
Montenegro. The plan had been to head in that vicinity and hopefully
stumble across a campsite in the Lovcen National Park. Alas, we found
no campsite so made a quick visit to the info centre in the middle of
town. The lady there told us there was a campsite in the Lovcen
National Park – creatively named Lovcen NP campsite – and gave us
Other places to stay in Durmitor National Park
Bozidara Zugica 8, Zabljak | Hotelfrom $73