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... steeply into the sea. We observed a Catholic Church atop a man made island. Our guide informed us it was built by sinking old boats and pirate ships to create a foundation. Every July all the villagers head out in the boats with rocks to drop around the foundation of the island to keep it from disintegrating. We stopped for a coffee break and were entertained by an adorable puppy weaving between our legs. After our first break we headed to the town of Kotor which was protected ...
... which we desperately needed to be able to finish planning of another part of our trip, and we also had to do the laundry which is a kind of service offered only by some hostels.
After a short discussion we decided to stay in the same hostel of which location was actually perfect – a small (private-like) beach was just across the street. Furthermore, there was a very nice girl of our age, taking care of the hostel, who let us change the room. Finally ...
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 ...
... As we wandered, we realized that the area along the water was occupied by an enormous boardwalk filled with amusement park rides for the kids, an unending string of bars and restaurants, countless shops selling everything from water toys to clothing to souvenirs, and about a million tourists. After a dinner of pizza (what else?), we browsed in some of the stalls, stared up at the stars, and then called it a night.
... the Old Town of Kotor to find my accommodation, which is only a 2 minute walk from the Old Town Main Gate, making the location was perfectly great.
The town of Kotor was exactly what I pictured myself much of the most Southern European Coastal Town to be like. Most of the local people in the old town were quite stylish, good manner and well dressed, the fjord was not as dramatic as Norway's or Alaska's fjords but it was still very stunning.
The old town of Kotor ...