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Oct. 16, 2014
'Dragon' was here right on time. We loaded up in his little black car, and drove the short distance to Kotor. It was a beautiful port city, with a very imposing fortress draped around the top of it.
Once we stepped into the front gates,.....it was love at first sight. Once again, there were narrow little streets, (no cars), old beautiful street lights,....a gorgeous cathedral,And ...
... this would be more like the lost and found continent! No, Montenegro has had a torrid history being controlled by the Romans, Ottoman Empire, Nazis, Venetians and most recently was a former state of Yugoslavia before gaining independence in the mid-nineties.
There are about 625,000 people that live in Montenegro. This small and compact country is located in the Balkans, it has borders with Serbia in the northeast, Kosovo in the east, Albania in the south, ...
... and Wiener schnitzel and a stuffed pepper for mains. It was a really tasty meal.
We headed back to the hostel through the rain and retired early to the dorm to watch a movie on the iPad all the while pressing pause to have chats with different people coming in and out. We made friends with a couple of guys travelling together named Adam and Dara who were both really nice.
We decided to get up early the following morning, in the hopes that ...
... our passports were taken out of our sight but thankfully they were promptly
returned on arrival into Montenegro.
Once over the border we realised how truly beautiful and mountainous
this country was. Over 80% of the
country is considered to be mountainous and we could certainly see this on our
way in. We had just past the town of Herceg Novi when we saw the huge expanse
of mountains opening up in front of us. These mountains bordered ...
... overpriced. Besides we had finally much more free time so it wasn´t such a big problem.
In the afternoon we went to the beach in front of our hostel. We relaxed a bit and then we decided to update our sheet where we normally put all our daily expenses. Unfortunately we got very surprised when we found out that a bill of EUR 50 had just disappeared of Gonzalo´s wallet. We were considering many options but none of them seemed to be logical. We were ...