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... water, private hotel pebble beach. Late afternoon we meandered down to the city habour and restaurant area and had a couple of wines at a table right at the water’s edge (no ‘safety’ barriers around here – we could have fallen straight into deep water if we’d had more than 2 glasses each!). ...
... a vibe unlike any we have found. We did have to depart that evening and stop the bleeding of money at our campsite. We turned south toward Montenegro.
After a well needed Lidl stock up on
everything in the van we crossed the border hassle free into Montenegro. Even
at night, it was clear Montenegro had caught the tourism bug and in turn
development bug. It is hard to see how this was no too long ago so closely
... the streets are charming, and walking them is very good exercise. In many cases they are negotiable by cars, if at all, only through very slow, precise manoevres.
Edward Lear: "Arghyró Kastro is in fact three towns, and no place could have been more beautifully contrived for the perpetuation of the family feuds which long disturbed its harmony; rival houses placed at the opposing edges of the same ravines could brave each other's anger; and while their ...
... next day it gave way to blue skies and we were able to see what the Lonely Planet describes as the only fjord in the Mediterranean (not technically accurate, but you get the idea).
Kotor in general was a pretty old touristy town with many cute narrow streets to wander. There is a well preserved fortress at the top of one of the mountains close to the town that people can climb, it’s 280m up and many ...
... s decided to introduce himself (Terry, his wife was also a mess) and give us a history lesson on what POM stands for (Prisoners of Mother England), his life story, his wedding back in Melbourne, his spud farming days in Manjimup, for the next hour… we couldn’t get a word in sideways… finally his wife (and daughter holding his grand-daughter) convinced Terry he needed to go… and so did we… tomorrow… Croatia awaits ...