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Our travels over the last 10 nights have brought us to the Balkans and in this first part Serbia and Montenegro. They were formerly one country but Montenegro gained its independence in 2006 (peacefully unlike a number of the countries that were part of the former Yugoslavia).
Serbia and Montenegro were both very easy to travel in with lots of English spoken in the younger generation and was great on the wallet. In Serbia, think 80c 500mL ...
... that the views at the top were worth it.
Back down, we continued our walk along Old Town and then around the main town of Kotor. some of these shops were modern and from what we could see food items were cheaper than home. We bought a couple of packets of chips from the local supermarket. We have found chips to be a great thing to take off the ship when we know that we have a big day. We found a local market that sold mostly fresh fruit and ...
... tasted a bit like Rakija and blackberry juice!
Our Saturday April 12, we started the day with a Skype visit with our daughter Jessica in Maui so she was exactly 12 hours behind us, her night time, our morning. Always strange to think of the time differences when we travel. Jessica filled us in on her next adventure, a new job as a Biologist working with Chinook Salmon. Doesn't sound too different then other jobs she has had in the past except this one is in ...
... would have considered. By the time we reached the top we all breathed a sigh of relief before the van stopped by a tiny little shack café near the small municipality of Zanjev Do. From here the view was spectacular out again over the Bay of Kotor. We could see the open Adriatic Ocean, the opening to the bay, Tivat Airport and right through to Kotor. While we were watching a large cruise ship sailed into the Kotor Harbour. Match this with a sunny, clear blue ...
... 8220;Old Town Hostel”. The small
streets and truly historical old town feel struck us immediately as we passed
over a small moat and entered the town what felt like a back way through a
small gate. Our hostel was about 250m up
a cobbles street on our right. The
building was amazing! Upon check in we were led up to our room that you entered
through a separate entrance to reception. The room itself was so well renovated
but you could still ...