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... in a maritime Mayday. We were diverted to an area where a distress signal had been received from a sinking vessel carrying 50 people. We were there and eventually joined by the Italian Navy, Italian Coast Guard, an oil tanker and a helicopter search team. We couldn’t really see much of anything that was happening because it was so dark and the Captain had locked down the open upper deck areas in case they had to put down the life boats. There was no ship ...
... Adriatic Sea. The city was founded and settled in 168B.C. A large Catholic cathedral constructed within the walls was also built in the 12th century. It was partially destroyed in a massive earthquake in 1667, however has largely been restored.
I chose to climb the city wall up the very tall mountain along with one other person from the cruise. With high humidity and temperature in the high 20C's, it was quite a challenging exercise (1,565 ...
... because I had been a long time away from my home, and I think I just needed a break from beer/shots and just truly relax...so I took the car and went on a little expedition to see nearby towns. I drove quite a bit on the coast line, seeing incredible vistas and beautiful little villages...It was quite impressive actually to think Montenegro was so nice. I wound up in another medieval fort, Kotor, which all it's intricate alleyways and it's merchants, and I even took ...
... the tour.
It was a very enjoyable
time; we travelled from Kotor through a large tunnel (through the mountains) to
another town called Budva. We learnt about, not only the town’s history, but
also the very long history of Montenegro, with references to events that
occurred around 500 BCE to the time when it gained its own independence in
2006. However, please don’t ask us to provide details – there was a lot ...
... to write their names because I would absolutely butcher them, but they were really friendly. We chatted all the way down the mountain and exchanged some travel stories. I left them and had a drink in the main square of the old city and just people watched for a while. It’s a fun thing to do in such a touristy place. You never know what you’re going to see.
I walked part of the way back to my hostel, but when ...