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... are picture perfect. You can see why they built cities and navies here. Only a fool and his navy would try to attack in this bay. There are at least 2 narrow passages to sail through to get to this and neighboring cities. Check out the map. It looks like we're surrounded by Fjords. And this place is sure a hell of a lot cheaper than Norway.
We had a nice seafood meal at a restaurant in the old city after we checked in and dropped ...
... to discover that the gates to the beach were locked for the evening. So,.....we walked back to the apartment, washed clothes, and once again spoke to the apt. owner by phone. She wanted to make sure that dinner was good, and that we had everything that we needed. What incredible SERVICE! All of my misgivings about this place were totally misdirected. And the best part was that it only cost us about $25.00 each per night. SCORE!
... other ship in today.
We left port at 2:00pm, slowly steaming the 28km to the open sea. We sat on our verandah as the scenery slipped past. It was raining lightly, so the high mountains disappeared in the mist. As we went by the Island of St George with its 12th century Benedictine monastery, we blew our horn, as is the custom. The sound echoed eerily around the surrounding mountains, a suitable farewell to Montenegro.
... our first stop for the day. Our driver took us off the main road as we wound along a dirt track to the top of the hill. On top of this hill lay an old fortress called Fort Goradza. This fort build in 1896 was in a large circle shape with a large moat running right around the side. The fort was still in good condition with many weapons still on show, an ammunition elevator in ok condition and there were many observation turrets also. The fortress however ...
... br> 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 the Bay of
Kotor or "Boka Kotorska" in Montenegrin, that opens up form the Adriatic Sea
was resplendent in front ...