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... and stone steps zig
zagging back on themselves to make the ascent possible, a few photo stops and a
picnic on the way helped make the journey more enjoyable but the real pay off
was getting to the top and seeing the bay in all its glory.
With sheer drop off's on one side and a breathtaking panorama on the other it must
have been a feat to build the walls back in the 14th century and ...
... We sampled some of the local cuisine called petulla after we saw the waiter walk passed with a plate full of them and asked what they were. They're like a square, hollow pastry puff that's served with a soft, salted cheese and jam. 'Just one?', he questioned. 'Yes please.', we confirmed. They were around €2 and we weren't really hungry anyway. As it turned out though it was €2 for one plate and he was double checking that we didn't want a plate each. ...
... after about an hour or more our ship was finally released and went on our way to Montenegro. But first.....
Capri: The best way I can describe this island is that it has become a huge tourist trap type of island. The ship had to anchor there and we were tendered to the island dock area. The island is spectacular with cliff fronts, beautiful blue water and fantastic cliffside structures to be seen from the water and the island also has beautiful views from ...
As stated, our ship set sail again sailed through the night from Dubrovnik in Croatia to arrive in Kotor, Montenegro at around 7:00am Saturday 26 July 2014.
Once again, this was an incredible spectacle to observe as we sailed into the fiord through 5 bays and into the head of the cove to moor our ship. The harbour is not deep enough to take our ship all the way in, hence our ship manoeuvred a 180 degree turn and then moored around 300m out ...
In the early hours of the morning, the ship made its way through the Bay of Kotor (or as it is more commonly known Boka). It is a winding bay of the Adriatic Sea in south western Montenegro. The bay is about 28km long from the open sea to the harbour of the city of Kotor. The bay is surrounded by the mountains of Orjen on the west and Lovcen on the east. This was our second tender port and after tendering ashore, we started our exploration of Kotor. Kotor is ...