Queen of Montenegro
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... skiers frolicking in our waves, idyllic walkers partaking in the alfresco eateries - I thought - what has Montenegro to offer - more than history - more than empty resources - it has life - simple and beautiful. One of our favourite spots. We are on our way to Venice where we land tomorrow. We are catching up with a cousin from Phil's family (we tried to book a shuttle and they are booked out so hopefully they can get us off the ship before we leave!!). ...
... again soon. I'm working this evening from 19:00 - 23:30, so only four and a half hours, then I have another day tomorrow to explore! This is a great life, I've only been doing it for 6 days but I'm absolutely loving it! Tonight we sail to Corfu, Greece and for the next 7 days we'll be sailing around the Greek islands. Until next time! Aj ...
... visiting a few Greek islands..he he! Sounds cool hey!
The weather has been the real surprise. Sensational sunny days, and not the swealtering heat of a northern hemisphere summer. Early May is now my favourite month for travelling in Northern Europe.
Kotor dishes us up yet another tasty lunch with free wifi, a real privilidge, which enables me to do a quick catch up on email and then back to the boat.
More discoveries yet to come tomorrow in Corfu.
... the two lines of cars and buses to creep through and soon we're rolling into Cetinje, Montenegro's former capital city. It's a fairly small and undistinguished place and we would have passed straight through on our way toward the coast were it not for the fact that there are no signs in sight to point the way. After driving through a great deal of Cetinje, visiting some parts of it multiple times, we stop and ask directions and within a few minutes, pass the sign to Budvar at ...
The next day in Kotor was another lazy day recuperating from the hard hot day before. However, the second to last day in Kotor, we decided to hike the mountain to St. John's Fortress, built c. 500 AD by the Romans.
We left the hostel bright and early at 8:45a and walked through the Old Town to get to one of the starting points for the hike. The hike to the top took ...