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Travel Blogs from Kotor
A day at sea. Soaking up sun next to pool until lunch then under shade next to the bar. Playing euchre watching the games, cocktail making display and then the snow party. After tea into the casino to loose our money and Des watching soccer. Barman making me cocktails:slippery nipple very nice but only game enough to have one( sambaca. Kahlua and baileys). After having a sambaca shot after ...
... instead of the tunnel) There we were able to stroll around the old
walled city of Kotor where there were various cafes, bars, restaurants and gift
shops. The buildings suffered damage in an earthquake that occurred 1979, but have
been rebuilt and the area is just beautiful with the old stonework and stone
We returned to our ship at
about 4pm and went to our cabin.
For some time now, Karen has
had very ...
... to the ticket desk and asked if I could buy my ticket to Kotor. The same guy who told me that the bus was at 6:20am said "you better hurry up, it leaves in two minutes." Awesome. So I grabbed my €8 ticket, grabbed my bags, said by to Sean, and ran to my bus. I made it without a problem, but I just don’t understand how their scheduling works here.
So when I was in Pristina and I had bought my ticket ...
... had a good conversation with the American girl. She was headed in the opposite direction as me though- off to Dubrovnik in the afternoon. Around 12:30 or so I finally headed out because the rain had stopped. I went first to the Cathedral, a church that was originally built in 810 AD. It's not that impressive really, and there's an entrance fee (because of the museum upstairs). Then I walked down the street to the main Serbian Orthodox chuch, but it ...
... ok meal, nothing special! After dinner we headed back to the hostel and said hi to Kokolo and Marko before heading across the road to a pub called Evergreen, where the same guy from last night was playing covers on his guitar. We went just for 'one beer' and ended up staying all night! Marko joined us for some drinks and we had a chat with the next table which was full of Aussies, Kiwis, English and South Africans. We sang along to the music with them, then ...