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... Apartments,...these were the nicest and most caring people we have met the entire trip. I felt like we were leaving a distant relative. As we pulled away from the apt,....the manager, came running up to the back of the car,....banging on the back. She had picked two fresh oranges for us to take on our journey. Gotta love these people. Ok,...I have to stop writing now,....we're moving. Next stop,....Skojpe, Macedonia.Ciao ...
... phone service provider explaining the cost of calls and text messages. Today was no exception. The text started off as usual: 'Welcome to Bosnia & Herzegovina’. Either the GPS is down or the captain took a wrong turning at the second fjord on the left!!
Montenegro, as a member of the UN and a country in its own right, didn’t exist 20 years ago. This doesn’t mean it suddenly rose up from out of the sea, like Atlantis: the lost ...
... that was placed just outside the old town walls and served traditional Yugoslavian food at a decent price so that was our header. We found the place and read the menu outside. We weren't really sold on it but decided to stay anyway based on recommendations and the fact that it was ******* down and I'm so glad we did. The food was amazing and the serves were so big we saved half and ate the leftovers for dinner as well. We ordered fried cheese and fish soup for ...
... was about 2km away and involved a stroll along the water. On our way to the church we managed to make a wrong turn (which was soon corrected). While walking up the wrong street we encountered a kitten that was veering close to and on to the road, before hiding under parked cars. Not wanting to see the kitten get squashed, we decided to get it and moved it further away from the road and a nice grassy area that was very close by. Hopefully it was able to ...
... city on the road that sits halfway up Mt Srd.
This road gave amazing views out over the city of Dubrovnik and started
the journey today stunningly. We slowly
wound our way for about an hour to the Montenegro border. This border control took about 15 minutes to
get through as we all handed our passports into the coach conductor who took
them off to get stamped before returning them on the other side. There was some apprehension on our part ...