Queen of Montenegro
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... was pouring down and the beach was deserted.We dived for cover under a nearby palm tree and as it eased off a little we decided to walk along the front, a little optimistically, towards the blue sky ahead. We did get caught in the rain again but our optimism paid off as the further we walked the less it appeared to have rained and we soon found ourselves a new sunbathing spot. We spent the rest of the afternoon soaking up the rays before heading back to ...
... this was a playground for the rich and famous. Celebrities including Orson Welles, Elizabeth Taylor, Sophia Loren, Princess Margaret, Carlo Ponti, Doris Day and Kirk Douglas visited here. It was also an occasional chess venue, attracting top-class players such as Boris Spassky and Bobby Fischer.
However, in the 1990s, the separation of Montenegro from Yugoslavia saw the decline of this resort. Now it is ...
... Grappa (the perfect solution to warming from the inside out) and telling stories. Spitefully, the second we were dry, the rain stopped and sun shined down on us with an evil laugh. The clouds absconded to reveal an astonishing mountain range and clear blue ocean, which we were now peacefully hovering over.
That afternoon we continued our Grappa diet, and in the evening we were joined by another impressive boat owner (her and the boat!), Gabrielle, for a meal in ...
... of Montenegro wine. So foul I tried to camoflauge the taste with the orange slice from the appetiser the waiter gave us. We decided to indulge and get the nutella crepes for dessert then headed back to our hot box for a restless nights sleep.
On our second day we had a sleep in then explored the old town a little more. We went to a small local shopping mall (two stories and about 15 shops) and late in the afternoon we decided to tackle the old "wall" on the mountain behind the ...
... and sent some postcards and ate a Panini for lunch by the bay. I then went back to the hostel to relax for a while where I met a girl I had met in Mostar who was now with her sister. So after a while we all headed up the fortress that overlooks the town and the bay. The walk involves a steep 1500 odd steps (some of which can't really ...