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Travel Blogs from Budva
... was quite cold, had expected it to be warmer - and that 2 metres from the edge I was slipping on slimy stones. Bit of a disappointment and we were both keen to get back to Dubrovnik. Wouldn't recommend the slow trip with many crazy Montenegrin drivers to anyone. On the way back we stopped off at a roadside restaurant for a late lunch, again catering to the Russian tastes, but still really nice, cheap and good service. It was Restaurant Traktor ...
... Budva. It was 4:15 in the afternoon. We checked into our Hotel Kangaroo. The Australians seemed excited but not overly so. Our room was a delightful surprise - light, airy, a big balcony with a clothes rack to dry our laundry, a big shower, refrigerator, TV. What more could we ask for? Oh, and we can see the sea. Our room faces the Adriatic Sea but it is not exactly on the shore and there is not really a clear view, but we can see it.
... of euro. So despite the midday heat, the lack of water, Aidan needing his sleep and lack of hats up we went. It was tough going, slippery broken steps the entire way in the full heat of the sun. But we made it to the chapel! Aidan celebrated by completely filling his nappy (for the first time) and we discovered we’d run out of wipes. Josefa had to improvise and I had to borrow water from two friendly Japanese tourists. Then Rosa slipped ...
... ready to go out at the designated time and Damo our guide walked the group along the picturesque waterfront, packed with hopeful but slightly forlorn looking empty table and chairs (still not “The Season”” yet). We found a lovely but inexpensive restaurant and shared a table and wine with others from our tour. Then Damo led the way to a bar to sample some of Budva's famed nightlife. We all went, but by 1.30am we and a few others had wandered back ...
... br> customers.
Driving back around the bay for a few
kilometres we found our campsite for the night. Good points: an ice
cold river running right by our pitch providing some natural air
conditioning, very peaceful village by day and only 2mins to the
beach. Bad points: Old style squat toilets (Briony was mortified) and
a local bar has invested heavily in its sound system but not its
music collection, ear plug time ‘til late into the night.