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... bar for some drinks before heading back to the hostel. That part may have been a mistake because the plan for the morning was to hike up to the fortress at 7:30 to beat the heat. The morning came much to quickly, but the church bells that start ringing at 6am to mark the hour, and then at 7 when they ring continuously for 5 minutes work better than any alarm clock! I really wanted to do the hike, and anything that may reduce the heat is a plus, so I made ...
... or $2-$3 going out), $3.50 big breakfasts, $10 delicious dinners. Add a bit more for Kotor, though it is probably a similar price elsewhere in Montenegro.
Belgrade, Serbia - 14/5 to 19/5
What an awesome place. We initially booked 3 nights and decided to stay for 5. The city has a lot going for it - lots of urban renewal, bars and cafes in every nook and cranny, decent cycling tracks around the rivers (Sava and Danube), ...
... that the views at the top were worth it.
Back down, we continued our walk along Old Town and then around the main town of Kotor. some of these shops were modern and from what we could see food items were cheaper than home. We bought a couple of packets of chips from the local supermarket. We have found chips to be a great thing to take off the ship when we know that we have a big day. We found a local market that sold mostly fresh fruit and ...
... we were driving around a lake, but later learned it is Europe’s southernmost fjord. Supposedly very beautiful (and some bits certainly were), the weather was overcast and gloomy, so we didn’t see it in its best light. Plus it took bloody ages to drive around!!
We passed the coastal towns of Perast and Kotor and saw the two small islands of St George and Our Lady of the Rocks, but didn’t stop as we ...
... would have considered. By the time we reached the top we all breathed a sigh of relief before the van stopped by a tiny little shack café near the small municipality of Zanjev Do. From here the view was spectacular out again over the Bay of Kotor. We could see the open Adriatic Ocean, the opening to the bay, Tivat Airport and right through to Kotor. While we were watching a large cruise ship sailed into the Kotor Harbour. Match this with a sunny, clear blue ...