We knew that there would be a lot of time spent on the coach and the day would be a very long one but it was worth it. Our tour guide, Nicki was excellent and throughout the trip kept us informed of the history of the country interspersed with a few humerous tales. The driver, Thommo, was also very good as the drive up from Kotor around the hairpin bends could be difficult but he handled the drive with ease even passing other coaches. The view from the top is amazing although we were unlucky to have a hazy day. The amount of time spent in any one place was limited which was a shame but you were able to get the feel of the places visited. Nikki was highly organised so that on the return trip she arranged for taxis to be waiting for passengers who were not dropped off at their hotel by the coach and ensured they were in them before returning to the coach. All in all a very good trip and well worth the cost.
We were picked up at our hotel at 8:10 and after going to other hotels to collect other passengers arrived at the venue about 9:30. There is a small museum that is interesting but it does not take much time to see all of it. If you do not want to attend mass in the church there is not much to keep you occupied until the show starts at 11:15.There are some small stalls selling home made linen but we thought these were rather expensive. The show itself is very good and the dancing and music are well worth the wait. They obviously enjoy participating in the show and the hour it takes goes very quickly. I would encourage you to go as it is only for a morning and not too much travelling involved.
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