Moon over KOSMAČ
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I returned to the car and began my long journey back down the mountain and across the valley to meet the highway, again. From there it was, south, all the way back to Podgorica and then, northwest, to the ancient capitol of Cetinje.
I planned to stop in Cetinje but, in passing through, it wasn’t clearly marked as to where the old center was and I was limited with my time. I continued on.
I stopped at a wonderful vantage point of the impressive ruins of KOSMAČ. The fortress of Kosmač is situated on a hilltop adjacent to the
As I got out of my car, I noticed that there was a moon, high in the sky.
I continued my descent and reached Budva. I drove into the
At the apartment, I packed my suitcase and sorted out the breakables that were to be hand carried. I reviewed my journey’s pictures and thought about my time in Crna Gora.
It had been a mixed bag. I see so much potential for this natural beauty. There is much to wonder at…….
I did find my moments, alone at a monastery near Sveti Stefan, views of the Budva Riviera from high above, Ostrog Monastery, and
March 27, 2010
What a day!
How I spent my day:
Drove from Budva to Tivat (Montenegro) (1 passport control)
Flight from Tivat to Belgrade (Serbia) (2 passport controls)
Flight from Belgrade to Budapest (Hungary) (1 paassport control)
Flight from Budapest to Amsterdam (Netherlands) ( 1 passport control)
This set a new record for the most passport control/stamps in one day (5)!