I left off as we were heading south to Montenegro. We grabbed a bus from Dubrovnik to Herceg Novi, Dubrovnik is great but slightly better suited to tourists than backpackers.
|You can see where people touch the statues as demonstrated by Ayla.|
|This candle was impressive enough to warrant a photo.|
The next day E and I explored a little. We found this hidden little gem - I have no idea what its purpose is but it was a terrace up some stairs and under a canopy of vines.
We also discovered the narrowest street apparently.
|And just to prove E isn't as terrifying as she looks!|
|My attempt at an artistic flag shot|
|We made a friend.|
|There are churches and shrines tucked away everywhere!|
|This is in Vizpazar and I have no idea what to say about it. They have otters I suppose!|
|Oh, and there was this puppy in a barrel.|
|This is Montenegro's take on Alcatraz. It's abandoned now except for the fishermen.|
After that we split up: Ayla and Alain continued down to Albania whilst E and I jumped on a couple of buses to go to Dubrovnik via Bar, and then hopped a boat to Mljet (pronounced Me-let as far as I can tell). Mljet is back in Croatia and I'll pick up from there in the next and last Balkans post!