We spent only six days in this small, but mountainous country. From the Croatian border, we continued following the coast for a while, into the Bay of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From Kotor, we headed across the mountains to Cetinje, the historic capital of Montenegro, and then to Podgorica, the current capital. From there, we then entered Albania, passing by Skadar Lake, a large lake on the border of both countries.
We had a very rainy start to our stay in Montenegro. It started raining when we arrived in Herceg Novi, our first stop in the country, and then it mor→ Continue reading
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