Travel Blogs from Durmitor National Park
Bar Today's walk was the most like the Camino so far. It was long and hilly and rocky underfoot with lovely fragrant wildflowers, spectacular vistas, winding through farmyards, pastures, ruins and new buildings. The group chatted, stopped to catch a breath and still our racing hearts as we slowly clomped our way up and up over a new road of rough stones. It was very warm and there was little shade. It is +29C as I write this now at 5 pm. The ...
... monument to the partisan fighters of World War II, who battled to evict the fascists from Yugoslavia. Another spectacular sunny and warm today – the Balkans heat wave continues. It feels more like summer than mid-fall.
After visiting the monument, I hiked further uphill in Gorica Hill Park for a panorama of the city center, then hiked around the hilltop for a view of northern Podgorica. I excited the park at 1:45 after my urban hike. ...
... 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 ...
Because of the hot weather, we decided to start cycling early in the morning, then take a longer siesta and cycle again for a few hours in the afternoon. However, neither Aron nor Anita like to get up too early so we weren't on the road until 8. I also had to change some money as it was unlikely to find banks or exchange offices in the mountains and we bought some basic food in a shop. Finding the road leading to Theth was not that easy so I had to ask an ...
... I was cutting banana
into my cereal and suddenly he appeared at the picnic table like an
apparition. He was speaking Montenegrin (probably angling for some
brekkie) so we offered him some water. He took a swig and then put it
down and trotted off. He left his large white bucket over by the
woods. Dan went to investigate, it was empty. Mystery….
We drove up, Big Bluey again doing
stellar work on the hills, towards Njego’s ...
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Other places to stay in Durmitor National Park
Bozidara Zugica 8, Zabljak | Hotelfrom $73