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... Montenegrin border and there was a bit of a queue! When it was our turn at the border control window, we realised why there was a queue. A fat miserable man looked at our passports and said “registration document” – yep, no problem we’ve brought the V5 proving I’m the owner of Basil. He looked it over and then said “insurance” – yep we’ve got that too, here’s our Certificate ...
The next day I must admit I was quite hungover...not even sure how I got home from Sergey's apartment to our rented flat.
Anyways, we all went to hit the beach early in the morning, and to my non-surprise, they all started the shot rounds again...it was freaking 10am and this time, most Russians wanted me to drink because they thought it was funny to make me drink haha...I was getting drunk but I decided to go nap again, and then I decided to get away from ...
... adventure stories like this. Another reason we love the hostel atmosphere even though we are always old enough to be most of the other boarders grandparents!
The next day was out hiking day. And what a hike it was. First up to St John's Hill and the walled fortress and then on to some of the peaks of Lovcen Massif. You first start right in the walled old town of Kotor, through a narrow passage way to the start of some steps that lead to the fortress going STRAIGHT ...
... more than 100 old ships were filled with stones and intentionally sank in this spot. Over two centuries, the island was formed. We find a local to take us over to the island in his boat, drops us off and picks us up 30 minutes later. Not a bad deal. We head on to Kotor, a much more dynamic city (unfortunately including a cruise ship) which appeared to lack charm until you walked inside the old city walls and you were transformed back ...
It was a three hour bus ride from Dubrovnik to Kotor in Montenegro. The bus travelled along the cost and the journey was very winding. I felt sick by the time the bus stopped in Kotor. We were not too sure what to expect from Montenegro. It is a relatively new country which has only recently declared independence in May 2006. Montenegrin people are on average meant to be very tall, so I wasn't sure if we should expect a country ...