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... walled City of Lucca and have finished with another UNESCO site here. A quick jog back to the jetty and we were back in Cavtat in time for lunch after our ferry took a less circuitous route which was much appreciated by the dehydrating masses. Water crashing down on my face, skimming the water on a tube and mum laughing so hard that she lost her voice was how the afternoon started. First we ...
... Lustica peninsula which is the entrance to the Boka sea where our ship came through this morning. We visited a farmhouse where they make olive oil and wine and were welcomed with a drink and then we sat down to a snack of prosciutto, cheese, bread and local wine. A quick nap on the way back and we were suddenly back in the old city of Kotor. Amazing city. It is difficult to understand how the various ...
... and the wealthy a view of the priest. Our guide was very chatty and I'm sure that Ryan will tell you that we paid a lot of money so that I could have girl talk that day...Our guide taught us that sea urchin spikes can be removed with olive oil as she has had the poor luck of sitting on one. We also learned that the sea urchins with little rocks or shells attached to them are not female as we had been taught on the island of Vis but rather another species of Urchin. So apparently, there is ...
... the edge of the water body. The area is
spectacular in beauty and grandeur. The ship set anchor at about 8am.
We had a half day tour
booked, so we headed down to catch the tender that would take us to the
port/town of Kotor. There we met out tour guide – a lovely lady who has lived
in Montenegro all her 42 years of living. She said that there were 14 people on
the tour. We were the second to arrive and then shortly ...
... the old town city walls. The start of the tour was precarious as the four of us crowded into this old, white van with no seat belts and with rickety old wheels. We thought it might have been a transfer to our actual van but no this was it. Our driver and tour guide was a big local guy who spoke good English but didn’t speak to much at first. One thing to note about Montenegrins is that they are actually the 2nd tallest race of people in the ...