In mid-September 2010, I travelled along the Adriatic coast of Southern Croatia and Montenegro for ten days. Now, my travel diary is finally ready.
The Hohe Wand is an elevated plateau South of Vienna. On one side, it has quite steep cliffs which are, quite probably, responsible for its name (in German, "Hohe Wand" means "high wall"). It is very popular with rock climbers, and paragliders. Continue reading Exploring the Hohe Wand
I spent my last full day in Budva in the area, and explored the bay by boat. Continue reading The Bay of Budva
Today, I went on another guided tour, this time to Skadar Lake. However, I could not profit of the commentary of our tour guide – it was all in Russian. But Skadar Lake is enjoyable even (or especially?) without comment. Continue reading Skadar Lake
To make the most of my stay in Budva, I took advantage of the tourist infrastructure today, and went on a guide tour. On this tour, we visited Cetinje (the former capital), and the Ostrog monasteries. Continue reading Pilgrim for a day
As I enjoyed Kotor that much, I have been looking forward to my next destination, Budva. This time, however, my (now quite high) expectations have not been fulfilled. Continue reading Am I in Russia?
From Dubrovnik, I continued down the coast to the South, into Montenegro. Even while I was still on the bus on my way to Kotor, I had already decided that I really like this area. Continue reading Fjord of the South