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... we saw this long wall all the way up the mountain with a fortress at the top. Then all the way around the city perimeter. This is the
Old City of Kotor. We moored right up under the wall with laid lines and ropes
to the cleats on the dock. Ron and I were now getting the whole routine. We now
knew that you toss the rope in 2 handfuls to the side of the man on the dock,
there usually was someone to help from the marina or dock ...
... scenery when other cars are
about as many car drivers here are simply mad. In Albania and Montenegro it was
not unusual to see 3 cars abreast on a two lane road. One just pulls out and
overtakes even though there is a car approaching from the opposite direction.
The amount of near misses I saw were incredible.
Other times cars just pull out right in front of you or turn across your
path. The other problem is that in these country's they are generally ...
... who made me laugh. The pub crawl was fun but was less than a crawl - we only visited two places! Dane headed home before I did and I was lucky that there was an Irish guy that we'd been drinking with at the hostel and was also staying in our dorm who was heading home at the same time as me because I would've got totally lost trying to find my way back for sure. I was positive that we had taken a couple of wrong turns but then, right ahead of us, was our ...
... down. We stopped to wait for stragglers and photo hounds. And we oohed and aahed at the stunning vistas getting lower and lower as we climbed higher and higher. We knew we could make it because we were following in the tracks if a very large cow or bull. It's hoof prints were in the mud and cow paddies became a mine field so much so it seemed like we were dancing a jig to avoid the slop. Fragrant in another way! Finally we were at the top! There were old ...
... 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 ...