Queen of Montenegro
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... the start of the tour he told us he likes to joke around and have a good time. Mladen was certainly able to make the 12 hour long tour a terrific experience, which started off with a photo opportunity from a high viewpoint overlooking the Bay of Kotor. Mladen sat in the passenger seat of the van and we had a driver. To put it mildly, this driver was crazy. He drove fast on winding roads - even passing cars along the way. He didn't speak English and was missing most of his ...
... decided to barbecue so headed into town to buy supplies. Getting into town was like doing the assault course on the Krypton Factor. The pavements were atrocious with holes, slanted kerbs, broken steps and all sorts – “where there’s blame, there’s a claim” would do well here. So having reached the supermarket after a short sprint from the end of the zip wire (remember that assault course!) we scanned the ...
... extending his hand to mine saying it will be okay, I really do question both of our frickin sanity. Like basically, what in the hell are we doing here this moment, right now??!!! Oh well, I go for it and I survive and as usual, this path leads us to more adventures. We are now in a scene out of the Sound of Music. Mountains, crevices, wild flowers, green grass, the blue colors of the bay far below, the sound of the shepherd and his herd of goats, his distant stone house and this ...
... protected the old city. During this trip I have become highly sensitive to the way rock and stone has been used through the ages for building material, artistic medium, and tools. Nowhere was this more apparent than in the city of Kotor where the beautiful city walls, houses, churches and public buildings are all made of stone and have been put to same use for hundreds of years.
As we huffed and puffed, ...
... is Montenegro's most famous attraction, dating back to the twelvth century. It is a very charming setting, with lots of cafes, interesting shops, and of course, gelato stands. (I chose coffee flavor today.)
From sea level you can see the ancient stone pathway of 1500 steps which climb up the steep hills to an old fortress; many tourists make the climb, just to prove they can. We admired it from a distance. All in all, a great port of ...