Hotel Vile Oliva
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... 5 miles and 10 flights a day when I am on land. I really must keep that up.
We thought we would take the dingy out and away from the harbor and find a beach for a
swim. Well, the dingy was a little too close to the dock so Kirk had to work
its way under the Cat to the front of the boat and off we went. We couldn’t
find a beach, btw they are all rock, with clean water so we went out a little
and Saskia and I jumped ...
... for year after year. The result is these huge mountains of wax drippings with a little candle on the top! I’m going to try it.
We headed back to the hostel to drop off our purchases and shed a few layers of coats (the weather was beautiful). A nice guy from Canada had joined our little room and also expressed interest in joining the Montenegran road trip, so we finalized these plans with the hostel. Then we went back out ...
... and stone steps zig
zagging back on themselves to make the ascent possible, a few photo stops and a
picnic on the way helped make the journey more enjoyable but the real pay off
was getting to the top and seeing the bay in all its glory.
With sheer drop off's on one side and a breathtaking panorama on the other it must
have been a feat to build the walls back in the 14th century and ...
Sunday 31st August
Hello from Kotor, Montenegro
Probably the most picturesque scenic landscape we have seen, absolutely stunning I think I have taken over a 100 photos because everywhere you look the is another great shot. Coming through the bay from the ocean, the almost shear cliffs leading to the waters edge was a sight to see and dotted around the bay were a number of small towns, the Kotor region is rated ...
... on. The agent is looking between the window and door and all the seats were out and on the street along with luggage, carpets and everything in the car. They did it all over again about 500 yards down the road - as the car entered into Croatian customs.
That's it from Kotor, Montenegro. We'll pick you up the next time at the seaside city of Dubrovnik, Croatia.