Not the most enjoyable of rides today, at the start it was hot and there were queues of cars. Montenegro drivers are similar to Kiwi drivers, if there is a slight gap between you and the car in front, well they will have it. The views were stunning, but due to the above and lack of places to stop I didn't take many photos. This is just before Kotor. The beaches are gorgeous but I am afraid all of the tourist development is ruining them. Having beaches covered with loungers is not something we are used to back home. The road to Kotor, a nice windy single lane in places road with people swimming and sunning most of the way along. The ferry that saves quite a few kilometres. And if you were in the car behind me I am sorry if let the cars alongside us off first, I hope it didn't delay you too much (you were the #%^# who pushed in front of me to buy the ticket weren't you...) Goodbye to Montenegro, all the immigration guy did was open my passport and stamp it, no looking at it or anything And hello Croatia. I was cheeky here, it was so hot I didn't want to stop in the sun, I noticed the bus in the bus lane move off so I went there. The immigration guy quite righty pointed out that I wasn't a bus, but I said to him that I was hot. I told him that I would go back to the right line, then he put his hand out and BINGO I was through (after a discussion about his brother living in Melbourne!) My first view of Dubrovnik What a gorgeous sailing ship The view of the wall from where I am staying Tonight I am doing a 3 hour sunset sea kayak trip. After riding alongside the ocean seeing people enjoying the water I want a turn in it.