Tsaf...tat former fishing village
Cavtat Travel Blog› entry 7 of 26 › view all entries
October 11th, 2009 – by: herman_munster
Just 30 m from the bus station I had a quick look in the internet shop on hostel availability for that night.
We went out for dinner after the rain stopped and I had 1 kg grilled fresh fish from the sea. It took them half an hour to prepare, they took the time to catch the fish by the shore perhapsLOL. I was happy to hear Joris was just back from Iran last summer, the country that I’ll be next. And a year ago he spent a year in India under medical help.
The next morning the owner was a helpful to fetch me to the busstop. I was heading to Cavtat, the fishing village turn to tourist spot, about 10 mile south of the coat. I had a walk around Cavtat and 2 hours later took a bus back to Dubrovnik main bus station.
As I was about to buy ticket to Skopje, the counter girl dropped a bombshell. “ Bus to Skopje is leaving tomorrow at 3pm, how many do you want?” WTF ! Yesterday you told me there was a bus to Skopje bus today there wasn’t? That left me no other option than to buy ticket for Podgorica. I hoped by the time I reached Podgorica, there was still bus to Skopje. I didn’t want to stay in Podgorica.
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