MONTENEGRO: The Mini-Series. Part 3: This is why we travel

On Saturday, we took the advice of a number of different friends and drove up the coast to Kotor, a port city that now is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is in what is called the southern-most fjord in Europe, although according to the ever-faithful Wikipedia the site isn’t technically a fjord. The trip took us about 90 minutes through some beautiful, winding, but narrow roads along the shore and through the bayside villages. Kotor was a major trading center and it contains numerous churches, palaces, and old homes. There also are a lot of stores but unlike those…