Staying in the capital, Podgorica was such a treat. It is such a unique city–a combination of Old War history and modern day architecture.
Although, I didn’t speak Serbian or Montenegrin, I found the natives were very gracious and accommodating. I did at least try to greet the locals in their native language. Which, they seemed to be impressed with this.
With gracious hosts, I was able to see other parts of the country, such as: Niksic, Risan, Budva, Kotor, Petrovac, Tivat, Porto Montenegro and Perast.
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I enjoy a challenge and new opportunities to grow. I work hard to "stay in the moment". New paths lead to roads that you have never imagined. Be open, and let life guide you.
With the wonderful opportunity to visit beautiful places. There is still so much more to discover. I look forward to exploring and sharing with you.
Traveling provides a valuable education. I have met some amazing people who have taught me so much. You can't put a price on this type of experience.