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- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
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... there were "helpful" signs.There were places where the road edges were marked with a hacked off branch, standing in a pile of stones. Some had an empty can or bottle on them. Again there were local, "living" hazards along with the sheer cliffs on one side and the sheer drop on the other. One old man had the whole menagerie out – cows, calves, sheep, goats, his dog and a pig! he was dressed in a dark longs, a jacket and a hat. Another had ...
... At home we had a quick lunch, then Gee and I left to find a beach while the other two had a snooze. Our hostel receptionist in Podgorica had told us to walk past Old Town to find a nicer and less popular beach than the main ones, so we followed her instructions and arrived at the beach to find it absolutely packed. We stood up the back near ridiculously loud speakers blasting terrible music and waited for someone to leave so we could grab a patch of sand. On the plus side, ...
... is a regular entrance fee. Itīs because beaches are public and they cannot prevent you from entering but what they can do they can try to limit the access of all people that arenīt meant to be there due to their social status. Ridiculous, isnīt it? We perceived it as a clear separation of the human race.
After taking a few pics with the island we started walking back along the coast to Budva (approx. 8 km). We passed by several private beaches (one of them had ...
... in a 35-40 degree angle. Do you think that means it gets pretty windy here?
Now as for the road safety update - forget indicators here. Don't worry about speed limits. Road rules? What are they? Do we really need to stay in our lane? Obviously not. And as for street signs? Zero. Except for one sign (!) on the one major roundabout, there have been no others. So we're rather relying on Gwynney and hope she picks up her game pretty soon.
... enjoying peace and tranquilty.
As the bus wound around Kotor bay in Montenegro i thought this is more like my place, little towns and villages lining the waterfront with loads of small stone harbours and jetties, with towering mountains as a backdrop. Kotor of course has the obligatory walled old town, which for once my hostel is inside, but it's all on a much more appealing scale. (maybe i ...