Hotel Djevojacki Most
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- Swimming pool
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... but I’d like to get better at this. Which is a little difficult when your home town is basically as flat as a gluten and lactose free pancake. I may have to break into some city office blocks and do some stair walking. Stairwells aren’t quite as scenic though when you’re wheezing like a mouth eaten 300 year old accordion then you don’t have so much time to look at the scenery anyway. So I survived – ...
Rays of sunshine wake us up. It's a beautiful, sunny morning. The sea look gorgeous. I feel a bit sad, because we have to leave Sveti Stefan after a few nice days of relaxing and sunbathing. We take some good-bye-shots of the island, get in the car, and set off south.
Near Petrovac (which we visited the day before, but there's really nothing to describe) we take a turn and move towards the country's capital - Podgorica. We leave the sea behind, and make our way ...
We spent the rest of the day trying to see as much as possible of Theth. This village can boast with breathtaking surroundings. It feels like being somewhere in Switzerland – no wonder these mountains are called the Albanian Alps. The village itself only consists of a few dozen houses but they are scattered on a large area. As we were told hardly anybody lives in Theth nowadays and the main reason for this is isolation. During the winter months the ...
... icons were rather bright, painted straight onto the uneven stone surface. The people wandering around were crossing themselves all over the show, and kissing all sorts of things, pictures, doorways, ornaments etc. We were well out of our depth, so managed to sneak out, again hopefully without offending anyone. We camped that night on the slopes of the mountain, about half way up. It was rather pleasant.
From Ostrog we headed north to Durmitor National ...
... particular restaurant but Iwandered down the street to Konoba Bogetici instead, since I figured most of the allotted 45 minutes would expire before I even got seated. Turned out to be a good decision, as lunch was a nice comforting-type of meal.
Back to Cetinje - noooo!!! I had no idea we were stopping there, as the tour's description made no mention of it. I had expected to be back in Budva by 4:30 for some ...