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... we suggested that she come and pick us up, since it was her fault we were so lost. By the time we made it in the door, we were hot and sweaty and cranky. And we had no food. So our first trip was to the supermarket, where we grabbed some supplies, and then we walked back to the bus stop to meet McAra and Nick. It was late afternoon by the time we we all sitting around on the couches in the air conditioning. We had pretty quiet night, Gee cooked risotto and we had tea ...
... so far Paul is totally unimpressed.
Hitting the road presented more than the usual headache for Paul (and I) in a European country. As a result, today's blog will resemble more of a road safety update than a travel blog.
Gwynney (the GPS) named after Gwynneth Paltrow and the closest Paul will get to her, has been less than helpful today. Our path from the airport to the city was more than slightly worrying as it passed through what is ...
... to go wander around the town. Kotor is another old town enclosed by walls on all sides. On one side of the town, the wall climbs up a steep mountainside to a fortress at the top. We decided to climb up to the top for the great views of the bay and Kotor town. Definitely worth the 3€! The steps up to the top were very steep and often you would be walking alongside a cliff. If this was in Canada it would be blocked off, it was very easy to slip and fall down the mountain ...
... it comes to choosing it, I like red, I like to pay as little as possible. At least in england if it says 'soft and fruity' I'm sold. I have no idea here so I go for the cheap. I did buy a bottle in Bar that had a bear on the front, I chukled to myself calling it 'the bear essentails' hahah, yes, that still makes me laugh. So they had it here, it was cheap and a big bottle, I was happy. The Guys wouldnt accept money at the till ...
... down the Adriatic coast. They say that bad roads do wonders for a place; apparently Communism has a similar effect.
But it's not just the tourism. Take Hania, Crete for example. When we visited it was filled with loads of tourists, but it still maintained its charm, and I absolutely love the place. What drains Kotor of that character? Has it just been abandoned by the locals?
We sadly left Shkoder, Albania on a bus bound for Ulcinj, Montenegro. This trip took us ...
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