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Mostar or Cma Gora? Difficult to see both without backtrack

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1. Posted by boulderman (Respected Member 418 posts) 7y

2. Posted by zaksame (Respected Member 571 posts) 7y

3. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 7y

I think you need to make your questions longer and more concise mate. People tend to shun a multitude of short questions from one poster in my experience. I don't know what it is, but I think it can come across as a little annoying. Just a thought :)

4. Posted by boulderman (Respected Member 418 posts) 7y

Sorry. Merely I have lots of questions and didn't see a major need to ration them to once a week say.

Google maps call it Cma Gora, I mean the capital, Podgorica .

The title should read (if I had the ability ot edit it), would be related to a short entry in my travel blog.

I would be coming from Budapest, down into Belgrade then south to either Mostar or Podgorica.

I think the latter is better.

I can then go to Dubrovnik, where I can take a 2-3 hour train to Mostar then take a train back to Dubronik and fly out.

I apologise for anyu annoyance caused, I did not which to spam/overload the board

[ Edit: Edited on 26-Feb-2009, at 05:24 by boulderman ]

5. Posted by zaksame (Respected Member 571 posts) 7y

Sorry Boulderman, didn't mean to be rude, I just wasn't sure of your query.
Firstly, it sounds like you Have to go through Belgrade? If I was coming from Budapest I normally go through Zagreb and on to Split on the coast. From there I can go to Mostar and then on to Dubrovnik. There is NO train into or out of Dubrovnik, buses are the only means of transport from Split southwards.
After Dubrovnik if you want to take a bus on to Podgorica it's pretty painless. In answer you're going to have to backtrack at some stoge so I'd make it easiest trip and for me that's always been Podgorica to Dubrovnik.

Hope that's some help. And, as usual I may not be correct in what I recommend but it's just what I know has worked for me. Have a great journey.
Zaksame

6. Posted by boulderman (Respected Member 418 posts) 7y

Thanks zaksame,

The itenerary is very loose and open to changes.

I know the starting point wiill be Budapest to Dubronik.

I have no issue with the method of transportation. (In Denmark, America and England I tend to prefer trains).

Thailand, I've used both, both are funny.

Australia preferred bus. In the Baltics i will use bus (train not due until maybe 2011 lol)