Zipped down to Montenegro today and visited Kotor, a small walled town (yep ant hither bloody beautifully walled town) situated on a fiord.
Next it was off to Budva for a sea food lunch on the foreshore and explored the old town. This place is a tourist and nightlife destination and is suitably tack. It's looks a bit shabby as Russian money has been welcomed and development therefore seems in regulated. The financial downturn means there are many unfinished eyesores. The area is converted by Croatians due to its low prices and it's "sandy beaches" however if your from Aus these are a bitter disappointment in the true European sense.