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Montenegro’s coastal strip south of the Bay of Kotor is a
kind of Adriatic Riviera centered on a small old coastal town named Budva. I
rode north along the coast on my way from Albania and was amazed by the extent
of resort development along the narrow strip of land between the sea and the
towering coastal mountain range. I then saw it again the next day at the end of
my Big Montenegro day ...
... Durmitor, Mladen took us all to a local restaurant for dinner. Since tomorrow is our last full day in Montenegro, he recommended us to go white water rafting on the Tara River. As it turns out, he's the driver for that trip tomorrow, so for the 3rd time in 4 days, we're going to spent a full day with Mladen. And based on how much fun we've had with him so far, we know the drive tomorrow will be an enjoyable ...
... back down, the hostel guide recommended skipping out behind the walls and taking a different route back down via some switchbacks on the other side of the ridge. Finding that passageway was a little difficult - it's really more of a window than a door or passageway, but I managed. There are signs that point the way too, although you might have to be looking for it.
I ran into a bunch of goats on the back way down. There's a house a bit of a ways up ...
DAY 247–248 – 03/09/13-04/09/13 – BAR RIVIERA – BUDVA RIVIERA
Wanting more of the coast meant pushing further toward the west and smack bang into the Budva Riviera. The Budva Riviera starts just up the road from Bar, where we were staying, but continues almost to the border with Croatia. It is seen as the most popular region in the whole of Montenegro (yep, I agree, I thought it was the capital, Podgorica as well) and houses most of the ...
... way down was certainly slightly quicker however I could feel my hips and legs shake with exhaustion by the time we reached the bottom. Happy to report, no long term affects from the expedition and no piggy back required by Andrew at any point.
The city itself is once again typical of the region. Churches, piazzas, windy alleys and a new discovery around every corner. The shopping options were very tourist focused but we did manage to get Andrew a new pair ...