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... friendly people (not even trying to sell you anything). All very refreshing after our time in Turkey (not to say anything against Turkey, just that it was different).
We did a couple of walking tours around town, cycled to an old Austro-Hungarian town called Zumen and also to the “beach” (a lake), partied until sunrise several times mainly in a graffiti filled district called Savamala and met a stack of friendly people, ...
... Legend has it that the island was formed over centuries by seamen who continued tossing rocks in the sea keeping up with an ancient oath. Today, on the landmass (about the size of a quarter of a city block) there is a small church. There is another small island with a monetary. The cruise in to the city was uniquely beautiful.
Natural beauty, Venetian architecture and ancient history is what we found when we ventured into this small coastal city ...
... to Kotor where we toured the old city. Our guide said goodbye to us so Jim & I had lunch outside the city gate hoping to run into the kids who had gone back to the ship to change shoes, then headed back in to find my ornament. I wanted to look for it in a shop I had seen earlier but we took a wrong turn & found ourselves exiting the city by an entirely different gate. Oops! So we saw sights we ...
... entrance to the Lovcen National Park the most holy and special of all National Parks in Montenegro.
The Lovcen National Park sits along the twisting bays of Boka Kotorska and sits high above the town of Kotor. The part has two large imposing peaks of Stirovnik at 1,749m and jezerski vrh at 1,657m high. These two mountain are rocky, arid and contain many drop-offs, cliffs and crevasses. This park has been a National Park since 1952. The true ...
... be running tomorrow was a day tour up to
the mountains, across the famous mountain pass and finally via Budva and we
decided that we must do that tour so we booked another night at the hostel
immediately. From here we trudged back up
to the bus station and with our terrible attempts to communicate and the
officials broken English we managed to change our bus to a day later back to
Dubrovnik and even made a saving as that bus was cheaper. Winner! ...