Travel Blogs from Podgorica
... for them. Then they asked us, through this poor guy, if we they could take us out for coffee in Podgorica. We declined. Next the one sitting beside Gee asked if she wanted him to give her a foot massage. 'Ah... No thanks...' And finally they offered to drive us to Budva the next day, and maybe have coffee with them there? Our expressions gave them their answer. After what seemed like days (but in reality had only been 11hours) we pulled into Podgorica, ...
... so was Serbia’s opportunity to have any breathtaking sites or any tourist pulling power whatsoever. In fact, so good were Montenegro’s negotiating powers, that out of the Top 10 Must See attractions of the former combined Serbia and Montenegro, Montenegro now housed seven of them. Of the other measly three left, one lies in the disputed Kosovo region, leaving only two for big Serbia and therefore increasing Montenegro’s ratio of square kilometres versus must ...
... around 135, so I said it should be 27. He said OK and so instead of 2700 lek, I gave him 27000, confused as Albanians often add a zero when they talk about money (this is because in the 90s the Albanian government "cut off" a zero as inflation was too high in the country). He took it without a word and we only realised the problem a few minutes later.
You can imagine our shock: this was about a week's spending money for us! As Theth is ...
... to stop along the way and pick up people.
We were driving in some very mountainous terrain and in fact at the top of the mountain and around one particular corner there appeared without a doubt the most spectacular site we've seen. Way down below was the city of Budva on the coast, so for the next 20 minutes or so we were treated to this site as we wound our way down the mountain.
... I plan to to use concrete."
"For the roads."
"But you can't use concrete for everything!"
"Sure I can, watch me."
"Well if that is the case, I imagine you will be employing some techniques to make our city pleasing to the eye?"
"Well....Ok then....So what colour will you be painting the structures?"