Hotel Slovenska Plaza
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... onto the island unless they’re staying at the resort or guests at an
event there. They even charge 75 Euros for day use for the beach that faces the
resort. One of the famous events to take place at Sveti Stefan was tennis star
Novak Djokovic’s wedding in July 2014, an event our guide said caused hundreds
of thousands of Euros worth of damage for which Novak ultimately sucked up
paying the bill.
... the natural beauty by building ugly blocks of flats, and not bothering to finish most of them. It’s just one big unfinished building site – a real shame.
So with dance music pumping (again!) and the rooster well and truly strangled (for sure this time!), we went to bed looking forward to tomorrow.
... watched the rest of the sunset going down over the ocean. It was so nice. We got a few photos there, then made the drive back down the side of the mountain and headed back into Kotor and to the hostel. We walked past the souvenir shop from last night and had a chat with the girls there, then after dropping back into the hostel we headed out to find some 'sarma' for dinner, which is apparently a Montenegrin specialty. They didn't have the dish at the place we'd ...
... are creamy white stone with old wooden window shutters and in some cases even come with the lines of washing hanging out to dry (why I like to photograph this, I will never know, it’s just washing). The back drop to all this beauty is the stone grey mountains with the old fortress steps and walls snaking their way up into an all impressive fort. Even bigger mountains sit behind all this and in a few months from now it will be covered in masses of snow. But just like ...
... there was a lot of down time for us to float with the current and take photos. Every now and then the guide would say "everybody row" and we would put our oars into the water and row half heartedly. At one stage we were heading down the centre of the river right towards a big rock. The guide kept saying everybody row but no one understood the urgency. One guy was busy playing with his go pro to even has his oar in the water then the next thing you know our raft smacked up against ...