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... in my hand as they sang the last note,.....and then, BOOM,....my camera began working again. Now, some of you will say that was just a coincidence,.....but me and Dad,......we know better!
Later, I met Kris for dinner. She was exhausted from her long climb, but had some incredible pictures. She has developed quite a photographer's eye. We ate, and chatted,....then took off to shoot some photos ...
We arrived in Kotor at 11am. For the previous couple of hours we had been on deck admiring the view as Kotor is at the end of a fjord. The mountains rise steeply at either side and Kotor itself is nestled between the sea and the mountains. This is the only port where there is a tender and we do not get to Kotor until about 1pm. The old town ...
... tender crossing we had entered the car free old city of Kotor through what is known as the Sea Gate (for its close proximity to the sea, I guess!!) The Old Town is a well-preserved collection of buildings, churches, squares and stone streets that date back to the Middle-Ages.
Whilst walking through a tapered lane that connects the main square to a smaller square, several cats, one black and a kitten, no more than a few months old were sitting in the middle of ...
... Next stop was the old town, where for some reason, the hawkers out the front of the city gates decided that we needed to purchase genuine fake Ray Bans. But we digress. Old Kotor was built like a maze for defence purposes, with this in mind it is quite easy to make a wrong turn and end up lost After entering through the western gate was made our way through the town and came across the St. Tryphon Cathedral. The cathedral contains a museum that ...
... in we were led up to our room that you entered
through a separate entrance to reception. The room itself was so well renovated
but you could still see the age of the building itself. The history must have been amazing! We later
found out the building itself was founded in the 13th century and
had a massive amount of history.
Stunned by how amazing the facility was we headed downstairs and realised