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... ahead in the guidebook sometimes. After 4 months on the road, I don't always get to it. We couldn't decide on our next city or even country and planned to head to Albania. But after we talked to the guys at the hostel in Kotor, they recommended this mountain village. It's on the train line and should be beautiful this time of year if they get a blanket of snow.
And boy did they. We took a bus to Podgorica, the sleepy capital ...
... found herself on the outside again. The road is in the process of being paved, which is actually not good news, because it will allow people to drive faster, and become more dangerous. The precautionary principle seems to be unknown in many parts of the world: if there is a 51% probability that no one is coming around the blind curve, the driver will base his behaviour on that assumption. Already there are several memorial markers beside the road.
... beach. The journey back towards Dubrovnik would be shorter as we got to go on the boat across Kotor Bay instead of around.
Once back in Dubrovnik we decided to actually go out for dinner as since we had been here we were living off bread and salami as Dubrovnik is rather expensive for going out. We decided on Mexican which was really good surprisingly. After we went on a final walk through Dubrovnik as we were heading home the next day after our Pirate Ship Tour of the islands. ...
... legs curled up under my chin and my hands over my face. My heart was racing and it took a lot of control not to get up and leave the cinema. I would of if Joel would of come with me but I was too scared to be on my own. The script, the actors and the effects in this zombie film were amazing. I give it a 10 out of 10 and I hope one day they make a sequel. There definitely is room for one. Once the movie had ended Joel and I were pretty freaked out ...
... and now the lens will not open properly. She’s had this camera for several years, so it’s time for a new one. But it’s a bummer to break your camera on the first day of your trip!
Online. Bed prep at 9:42. Mom’s asleep, jetlagged from the long overnight journey here from Washington. I worked on my blog, brushed my teeth, and bed at 11:25.
Mom will accompany me on the rest of my tour through the Balkans. Tomorrow ...