We flew from Athens, Greece into Dubrovnik, Croatia, spent 1 night there, then got up to catch a 3hour bus costing us about 220kn (about £22). The bus took us from Dubrovnik over the boarder into Montenegro, more specifically Kotor.
We stayed in Kotor old town which was a five minute walk from the bus station and (despite Ad not listening to my amazing directions) we found our hostel with very little stress.
As much as I loved Greece, I was rather excited to not just be lying on a beach for a few days (we’ll have time for that next week) and once we unpacked our bags were quick to get exploring.
Introducing the Kotor fortress (it’s the thing on the hill top in the picture above.) You’re advised before you start walking to use the rest stops (you’re going to need them) and to watch out for reptiles (me: “that means snakes” Ad: “nah it’ll be lizards” guess which one we saw when we were walking?)
Up and up it/we went past the church and the men selling drinks. Through some doors (“we must almost be there!”) Nope, it just kept going till…