Inspired by the fact that we had a car and a few days to kill, B. and I decided to branch out from our tour of touristy Split, Hvar, Korcula and Dubrovnik in Croatia and take the road less traveled. As it turns out, its the road less traveled unless you’re a Montenegrin speed demon with a death wish.Its hard to conceptualize as an American, but Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro are all very, very close to one another. In fact, in Dubrovnik we were only about 20 minutes from the Bosnian border, so there seemed no reason not to take the scenic route to Montenegro via Bosnia, and stop in Trebnje, a small city in Bosnia, on the way.
The route was very scenic, as it turns out. Get a load of these window snaps B. managed to get.
|An old fresco above one of the city entrances.|