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Travel Blogs from Bar
... from the centre of Bar. This former grand city is now a masterpiece of broken down, white stone goodness that triggers the retina in the eye in a mind boggling way. It sits perched on top of a mountain looking down to the new Bar town and looking upward toward even higher, rockier peaks of Mount Rumija. The ruins of Stari Bar constitute one of the world’s largest fortified archaeological sites and within these boundaries you can still see ...
I wish I could have taken a picture, but since it was quite a swim, I
did not have my camera with. But, I
don’t think I will have trouble remembering that view!
On Sunday, Janis and Danica continued hitch hiking up to
Dubrovnik. I had to be back in Belgrade
for class on Monday, so I went to a town south of where we were staying to meet
another friend of Vladimir’s, Jelica, who came to Montenegro by train just ...
... as steps anymore) through the bush in the sun, so basically it was a very tough walk, but the effort was rewarded with the beautiful view. After getting our breath back, resting and admiring the view we headed back down and back to the hostel.
Here I took a shower and made some tuna and vege pasta for dinner which I ate while ...
... European standards.
So back on the tourist trail in Montenegro, we explored the coastal beauty of Budva, the historic old town of Kotor and joined the Christian pilgrimage to Ostrov Monestary, a monestary literally in the side of a cliff. This monestary is the second most visited Christian pilgrim site, only after Jeruselum.
The Balkans had so far brought us, heart, soul and touristy craziness, but memories to last a ...
... weren't that comfortable but had a little swim in the sea and tried to soak up the rays whilst amusing myself with fond memories of Serbia. After realising they had wi-fi at the beach bar I got my laptop and caught up with bits and drank quite a few beers and ended chatting with the guys that ran it. After a while I stumbled back to hostel and thought I'd just hit the sack as was totally done in but as I walked up the drive way Sandra and dado were outside and asked if I cared to join ...