Today was our last full day in Perast, so we wanted to relax, take it easy, walk the length of the village from watering hole to watering hole.
I tried in vain to capture how clear and blue the water is here, but still it eludes me!
It was the hottest day so far at 31 degrees, so we had to take it easy, my ugly heat rash spreading.
Probably my funniest interaction of the day was at the post office buying stamps. The post office in this tiny town is not a slick Deutsche Post-like operation, but a small room in one of the ancient stone buildings manned by a middle aged lady at a table. Our conversation went like this:
Me: hello! I need to buy some stamps to send post cards to Canada.
Her: Canada. Yes.
Me: uh, there’s a bunny in here.
Her: yes. Eet’s bunny. How many stamps?
Me: twelve. Does the bunny live here?
Her: eet’s not my bunny *rolls eyes*
I sent off some more postcards after my thrilling mail bunny encounter, grabbed a 1€ lavender ice cream and went back to taking more snaps.
We decided on our local favourite restaurant for dinner where we had chicken on the grill and local orange liqueur (Pa had two) and returned to our hotel room.
Perast is super lovely and exceeded my expectations for its stunning natural beauty alone. Although it suffers from apparently typical Montenegrin lack of detail (a lot of broken park benches, garbage cans overflowing), I would definitely come back to spend a week in this gorgeous seaside town.