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... the vacationing hordes.
Maybe even more extreme is Sveti Stefan, originally a
monastic community on an island in the Adriatic about five miles south of
Budva. Sveti Stefan looks very pretty from the distance (from where I saw it)
and I’m sure is nice closer up too. However, nowadays it’s a super exclusive
resort for the very wealthy, and normal mortals aren’t allowed across ...
The hostel we are staying at offers a variety of tours and the most popular one is called a Big Montenegro Tour. It's very appropriately named since we were taken around to see many different parts of the country all in one day. Mladen, our tour guide is full of energy and so much fun. He has a beard, long hair, and is a very large man. He took a poll of the dozen or so of us asking how old we thought he was. The consensus was he's in his mid-late thirties. It turns out, he's ...
... fresh vegetables (things you probably have to cook or prepare in order to eat, indicating that you would have a place nearby to prepare them. Sarajevo is supposed to have a very non-touristy old town so maybe I'll get some more ideas there.
I went to the market to get something to eat at one point and this girl, maybe 7-8 years old, kind of dirty, came up to me and wanted me to buy her some Ferro Roche chocolate. I was like, um, no? It just reminded ...
... the day, is not. The town is in no means completely ugly but there had been some crafty work on Photoshop to remove items such as the large sewer drain in the middle of the beach, the garbage piles near the shore line and the large Montenegrin men who insist on wearing too tight Speedos with bellies protruding over the top (why their girlfriends/wives/friends/strangers that spoke their language, didn't suggest a more covering outfit is truly beyond me). After we had our fair ...
... signs ringing loudly in the ears of a lucky few stall holders. It was surely their best deal of the day. Let's face it, not many buy 8 kilos of olives.
After a refreshing drink we continued with our explorations of Corfu. We spent most of the afternoon at the old fortress. Once again we witnessed the lack of love and care for the restoration of 'old' things in Greece. It was in such a state of disrepair. However many ...