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On the Bus: Dubrovnik to Kotor

Because we’d heard Montenegro was a not-to-miss destination, we hopped on the bus from Dubrovnik, Croatia to Kotor, Montenegro to begin the next leg of our adventure. We had set up a rental car, but after talking to our hostel in Dubrovnik (Villa Divine) we decided to forego the EUR$1600 rental car pick up and instead take the 10:30am bus to Kotor, where we could rent a car there for EUR$40 per day to later drive to Budva. (Taking a […]

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Bringing the Goods Back Home

When you have to dig through your closet to find buried souvenirs, what’s the point? We are firm believers that the best souvenirs are the ones you see every day. They become a part of your day-to-day life, sparking memories and conversation. Here, we list a few of our favorites. A hideous coin purse, Buenos Aires     The Argentinean bus system is notorious for its impractical requirement that coins — not bills or any special reload-able transit card — […]

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