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... and many foreigners are purchasing vacation homes, the largest population being Russian. We toured the Old Town of Budva and then sat down to a pizza lunch. After lunch I attempted to find a Milka bar my resolve to stop eating them wavering. Luckily for my waistline I was unable to locate the chocolaty treat. We made the two hour trek back to Dubrovnik, crossing the bay with a ferry this time. At the boarder of Montenegro and Croatia a car ahead of us was being ...
... the 9th century, Dubrovnik on a very small scale in style but with not as much upkeep despite the tourists- which includes large cruise ships. The highlight for us was the diminutive St Luke's Orthodox church built in 1195. The priest proudly in attendance to greet everyone to the ornate interior of the alter and confessional,saints painted with rich and gold colours. Next favourites were the St Nicholas Russian Orthodox and the River ...
From Budva it was a short hop ( bus ride ) to Kotor. About an hour. The duration of our trip took a bit longer as we had been told the bus left at 7.15 when in fact it didn't leave until 8.30. Killed the time with a cup of coffee after the cafe at the bus station opened.
Nice ride between the two towns.
Found a hostel quickly curtesy of the English guy we had met the ...
... pedestrian-only streets were carved between beautiful old buildings which now housed chic shops and trendy restaurants. It was quiet and peaceful (and full of beautiful old doors and shutters, which you know I adore). Apparently two massive earthquakes in 1979 destroyed much of the town, but it's been rebuilt and rebooted and looks lovelier than ever.
After wandering through the alleys a bit, we made our way ...
... shining at 3pm, and I was glad I made this journey during daylight hours in late May.
I eventually arrived in Kotor early evening after almost 24 hours on and off of the flights and buses, the bus stopped and dumped me off at about 1 km away from the town so I opened my map, and walked back from where the bus came by, passing a number of fruit and vegetable vendors I finally found the western entrance right infront of the Cruise port. I immediately passed the gate and ...