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Up early for a mission to the cash machine in the nearby village, Owen was going to hitch a ride up with one of the camping guys at 8am so I set the alarm. Turns out my phone hadn't switched back an hour and it was actually only 6.45 when I was giving him the hurry up - whips! We were headed off rafting today, the water wasn't amazing but with the canyon being the second deepest in the world, the views would be pretty cool anyways. Nick made friends with ...
... was booked at Old City hostel for two nights and then the Old Town Hostel. I am sure I am not the only person to have done that. Anyways, they were really nice at the Old Town hostel, so I ended up spending a lot of time there regardless of where I was sleeping.
Kotor is a really tiny town on a little fjord (or so they call it), with a walled old section and a fort built on the hills. The mountains surrounding the town are so stunning ...
... like Dubrovnik or Kotor, but with its cosiness is also worth visiting. Narrow streets brim with people and souvernir shops. There is also a mini flea market, where you can buy everything. I try to take some shots, but the tiny lanes does not let me. I could use a fisheye...
We probably walk around the whole old part of the town and eventually walk out of it through the main gate. We stop for a second to see what game is on in the nearby restaurant and ...
... you can still see rundown evidence of the past.
For the most part we were given maps and wandered around, finding the narrowest alley in Kotor, dubbed "Let Me Pass". It wasn't as narrow as we thought it would be, but alas it was still fun to seek out. The Old Town of Kotor is surrounded by a long wall that stretches up into the mountains, complete with watch towers. It would have been really cool to climb and walk that ...
... into the beat up old Mercedes. We sat down in the back seats and attempted to do up our seatbelts, something which drove our chauffeur to laughter as he commented in the most limited of English that it’s all ok. Sure it is.
The drive there took us down a long higgledy country road of which part struck me as Irish looking, somewhat reminding me of the Burren. We crossed the border and soon after reached Shkode, our destination until the next ...
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