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... on his car insurance.
Budva on a Sunday wan't to encouraging - very crowded and hot but once the tourists started to leave it started to have a certain charm with ancient walled town with one meter wide alleys (actually just checked it was all rebuilt in 1976) and pretty harbor but I can't get over the number of abandoned apartment blocks all along the coast - most half completed and then just left - wold easily be more ...
... It is SO easy being across the road from the water :).
I had been craving Chinese food for months, so had sweet and sour pork (with orange sauce and pineapple) at the Chinese restaurant in the Old City for lunch, but it was completely different to what we get at home! The pork was not battered and there were different par-cooked vegetables which I couldn't identify. However it tasted good and I dare say was healthier :). ...
... constructed stone walls with large square cut stones lining a border on the outer edge. Each section headed down at an angle of about 30 degrees. Here's the catch: there are 53 sections so after 100 paces or so, you turn direction and go down. It took about an hour to do this and my legs were jelly. These switchbacks are about 200 years old and are an engineering and labour marvel. They were built to take canons and munitions up the mountain to defend both Kotor ...
... sort of). They buy things they don't use until the clothes wear out, or they buy things that aren't exactly the right fit so they end up never wearing it and just donating it. So maybe the reason clothing in the US can be very cheap is because some people (who can afford to) buy too much, and then give the "left overs" to other people to buy for significantly less. If people in Europe ONLY ever buy exactly what they need in exactly the right size, then you ...
... from Serbia.
Marc and I split off from Phyllis and Joe for this day to get some good hiking in. Well, it was more a climb than a hike...up 1,350 stairs up to a height of 4,000 feet. We had to do it to get to the fort that overlooks the medieval city of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the surrounding river canyon.
As we ascended we could see the full perimeter of the thick walls that ...