And PoOf, suddenly I was in a Slavic language zone, where the vowels are “A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes R“. No joke. Though there’s also a lot of Latin influence; if you don’t know the language, it often sounds like some sort of midpoint between Russian and Italian — which kinda makes geographic/historic sense, I suppose. The landscape here is famously gorgeous among travelers. The bus ride from Ulcinj to Podgorica was stunning, the countryside is just beautiful. A little more like central Europe, but also still a little chaotic.
We discovered a new level in burger awesomeness here: the gurmanska. It’s as close as I’ve ever come to calling a fast food item “life-changing”. This thing was just overflowing with good. Supposedly it’s because of the cheese that they grate and hand-fold into the ground beef just before they cook it. Cheese…
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