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Bay of Kotor, Montenegro

Posted on 03 September 2012 by brett


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Bay from the Adriatic Sea winding into the old town Kotor Picking mom ( Charlene Shea) up at the Podgorica airport! Mom joins us on our journey through Bay of Kotor, Montenegro
Brett and Mom buying fresh peaches at the local Kotor market Kotor's Medieval fortifications built up since the 9th century Kotor's Medieval fortifications built up since the 9th century
Outside old town Kotor Mom is loving the medieval walls of Kotor Fortress 9th century medieval walls of Kotor Fortress
Walking through narrow alleyways of medieval Kotor Kotor Plaza inside the walls of Kotor
   
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Location: Bay of Kotor, Montenegro

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Cat Tales: August 2012

Posted on 31 August 2012 by brett

Seven Rila Lakes Trek Celebration

Seven Rila Lakes Trek Celebration

We’ve learned to live in the moment and to be prepared for anything to happen while on the road. A chance meeting in Chumphon, Thailand with Jeff & Neda led us to Bulgaria….. a hidden gem we would have never known. It is now more than 100 years since Bulgaria declared its independence from Ottoman rule. And, 20 years since the fall of Communism. The average standard of living suffered a catastrophic decline in the early 1990’s in many former Communist states. Many began to rise with Capitalistic policies toward the end of the 21st century. Some countries like Ukraine, Moldova and Serbia are poorer today than they were in 1989. Others like Bulgaria & Romania have managed to bounce back considerably. The IMF ranks Bulgaria 67th in the world by per capita GDP (PPP). Romania is slightly behind in the 73rd position. Both are 15-20% above the world average. A list of European countries by monthly net average wage reveals both countries around $400. To put this in perspective, Turkey is at $634, the US around $2,197, and the UK at $2,556. Continue Reading

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