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... to the sea. What a job that must have been to build.
After finishing with the guide, we walked around the old town of Kotor. I think Mom was burned out today. She wasn't interested in shopping so we had a salad and a beer in town and headed back to the ship a couple of hours early. She did regret paying more attention to "the balls" jewelry in Dubrovnik but we found nothing similar in Kotor. She immediately headed for ...
... slipped away nicely and I noticed that Phil has taken to relaxing very well. There are a couple of glitches at work but he was surprisingly laid back (can't do a thing about it). His hands have softened and healed which is the first time in 30 years and his easy humour and clownish activities have endeared him to every nationality we have encountered! He has absorbed every minute of the experience which is very gratifying as he didn't have much say in any ...
... after hopping through Europe, as exciting as it was, it was also happened very fast and left us little time for relaxation. Even the soles of our sandals were loosing its tread. It was apparent our feet were getting tired from all the globe trotting as well.
Yeah, we got the bad case of "travel fatigue."
When you're traveling as long as we have, it was bound to happen.
So what exactly is travel fatigue?
It's when you ...
... most scenic in all of Europe, I was especially glad this turned out as beautiful as it was!
But all that being said, I never imagined this would be one of the first sights I'd see getting off a train on this trip:
This is the front view of the Bar train station.
The other wonderful thing I saw ...
... For dinner I had:
- Green Lentil soup with Mediterranean vegetables
- Beef Wellington cooked with mushroom duxelles and wrapped in puff pastry served with Cabernet veal reduction, petit sauteed vegetables and a potatoe tart
- Apricot Amandine Tartere with pistachio ice cream
Kotor was our final port. We have 2 days at sea before returning to Barcelona. So that means 2 more days of sleeping in, lounging by the pool and overeating.