HEC Hotel Residence
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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The chap was chatting to me about my bike etc and then mentioned there are
better coffee shops at the border so best I go there and so I did.
Here at the border I sat having my coffee and a chocolate roll all for the
grand price of less than a Euro. Outside as usual a large group of onlookers
were crowded around my bike and interested in where it has been and is going.
Coffee finished and its out to my bike and all the interested party. As ...
... brought up memories of sniper alley and other images from the Serbian war.
At one point we need to take a five minute ferry ride to avoid a 20 minute drive, cars were lined up in separate lanes as you would find in NZ but as soon as the first car moved everyone took off to get onto the ferry resulting in chaos - I'm joined in with the gleefull abandon of someone who in the first time in his life has taken the zero ...
... 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 :). ...
... 8217;s not a whole lot in between Prcanj. A couple of churches, a few shops, but mainly just residences.
I got to the old city around 1pm and was starving. I realized I hadn’t eaten anything since lunch yesterday. All that travelling really had my body confused. I sat down at one of the restaurants in the old city and had a pizza and coke. That seemed to give me some much needed energy. I walked around the city for ...
... got off and we kept going for a little while then eventually got into Perast. It was a tiny little town on the edge of the bay of Kotor, and we walked along the waterfront. It was a very quiet, tranquil and beautiful place, and there were a few restaurants that had their tables and chairs literally on the edge of the water which was pretty cool. There were amazing views out over the water and of the surrounding mountains, and there were two little islands just ...