“Java is the green, temple-studded loadstone of Indonesia, a rough oblong of land swimming on its side under the equator, and held in place by a pair of huge urban anchors at either end of its muddy northern littoral – Jakarta in the west, Surabaya in the east.”
Ahh yes, good morning, first post. So here’s the story. After travelling for nearly a year and now having a grumpy back pocket and very sad wallet, I have found a place, a lovely wee place, to settle for the summer. I even have a job, working at an awesome little family run hostel called Hostel Anton in Tivat, Montenegro. Živjeli to a summer on the Balkan Adriatic, it should be fun.
I’m intending to use this blog to go both forward into the future as well as to reflect back on the past year of travels through Sumatra, Scotland, Morocco, Andalusia, Berlin, Poland, Slovakia, Serbia, Bosnia/Herzegnovia, Croatia and here.
As for now, I’m sitting enjoying the spring looking out from our rooftop over Boka Kotorska, Boka bay, Montenegro.
♠ ćao, videmo se!