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- Continental Breakfast
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- Hot tub
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... The road we took was basically one lane, although traffic traveled in both directions, and was not built until sometime in the 1800’s. After our snack we continued to the old capital of Cetinje which was the seat of the monarchy up until its fall in the early 20th century. We toured a museum dedicated to King Nikola and his family. Returning to the ship we went through Budva which is ...
... We had dinner with Chris and John, she had some good photos taken inside the little chapel up on the walls, and afterwards Chris, Pete and I went to the night’s show which was a woman singing light opera I suppose you would call it, and songs from various shows including West Side Story, My Fair Lady, some Andrew Lloyd Webber. She had a lovely voice, did a bit much rambling on between songs, but we enjoyed the show and she had a good reception from the audience. ...
... it's already 11 pm. Want to be up early tomorrow to breakfast while the sun rises. Oops, a shudder just felt like an earthquake ! Odd sensation to get used to. In one conversation I was asked if we had quakes in NZ, there's more than the flag not well known. Someone did let me know that the Rugby World Cup had started, and that the final would be England and South Africa. I soon put him right on ...
... it to be returned by the previous users. In this time Unre and Brad arrived. We all sat down for a coffee and had a Taranaki catch up. We picked up the car at 11 and then in convoy with Han and Cat, set off for Montenegro. It was less than 100km but took us over 2 hours because of the narrow roads, traffic and waiting at the border. Interestingly, the Montenegrean border crossing didn't even look in our ...
... glass and that we arrived early just as the sun was rising, left lateish with a vivid pink sky as the back drop. Such a peaceful unspoilt kind of place. That is until this bloody great monstrosity called the emerald princess shows up. After we'd been shuttled ashore we met up with Mladen who was our tour guide for the day. Funny guy, got on well with us as we all had a bit of a laugh. Took us to the touristy ...