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... about the reconstruction next to the bridge. It's lovely, they clearly made a very good job of it, but the reason it had to be done at all is sad - particularly as nothing much seems to have been gained from that war other than more defined sectarianism and huge graveyards. Once it started getting dark, we headed back to the railway station and I drank more Turkish coffee - in tiny shots accompanied by a tall glass of water, Squirt drank apple juice ...
... different from this perspective. Darija mentioned that they have Vipers (snakes) in this area, so it’s not a good idea to wander too far off the highway.
We then carried on for about two hours to the small town of Ston, which was to be a WC and coffee break (and also a compulsory rest stop for our driver). The town was interesting and distinctive, both for the flooded salt flats near the town as well as the large stone wall that extended up ...
... our wandering through the streets which held many abandoned and bullet-riddled buildings. A lot of half built buildings were also scattered around the place which Teo later told us was due to major corruption and a huge part of the money laundering that still goes on. A lot of people just want to finish building their house but literally can't get the materials because of all the crooks around the place.
It started to spit so we quickly called in to the cake shop which ...
... last night in Dubrovnik we sat around, had some wine and played cards before saying goodnight and goodbye to Paige as she had an early morning bus to catch.
That morning we woke up, Paige was gone and Sam was ready to spend yet another couple days with us. We walked about 30 minutes with our 40lb backpacks to the bus station and headed south for Kotor, Montenegro.
Two hours on the bus and once again we were into a new country along the coast. This ...