Hotel Vile Oliva
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... or at least free. There comes a time when you are backpacking that you start to realise just how much of a stingy, grungy, dirty looking backpacker you really are. It was the moment we decided not to pay to see the Parthenon. So when we arrived 45 minutes before it closed we thought they would at least give us a discount. Nope, stingy *******s... So we refused to pay 12 euros to go to the top of it and just paid 2 to walk around the bottom of it ...
... approached the palace, the guards were already outside standing up. We were able to get some photos with them. We then spent the next hour walking through the town, which hasn't really been renovated in a while. Mladen said the running joke is that if someone who lived or worked in the city 150 years ago came back to life and walked the streets of Centinje today, it would look exactly the same as it did in the 1800s. Nonetheless, it was a nice stop for us and even though ...
... yet Budva we got it really bad.
We think it may have been the boat trip over to Hawaii as we hadn't yet put sunscreen on....so that was just 45 mins of their ridiculous sun :-(. We were so angry with ourselves as we are usually so damn careful in the sun. But unfortunately we both didn't have a good nights sleep....early start tomorrow as we have a big drive day ahead to Zadar (approx 7hours)....
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... the coastline which I guessed was about 3 km away as the crow flies. Guess what? We had to come down!! We started off on the shady side of the mountain, a pine forest and feathery ferns. The path was soft underfoot. Way, way, way down I could see the brightest azure blue of the bay leading to Kotor, a very old city. The pine path turned into a series of switchback paths, each section between 100-150 of my strides. Each switchback section was supported underneath ...
... beers were 1.20 euros (about $2). Not bad, especially on a cruise port. I heard one of the girls that works on the ship say that she was going to have her teeth whitened in Kotor, and other errands like that, since it is so affordable.
Kotor really reminded me of Hallstatt in Austria. It’s not on the ocean, but instead in an inlet. There’s just beautiful buildings and houses nestled on the side of this mountain. Somewhere I’d love to see again, in the ...