In 1985, after five days at home, after our trip to the former Soviet Union with the Transibirian railway, Janne and I went to former Yugoslavia. We stayed in Montenegro and the town of Ulçinj, all the way to the south, very close to the border to Albania. The intention with the trip was to get some warmth and sun after spending two weeks mainly in Siberia, whereof a long journey by train. We felt we needed that. We only stayed one week, but it felt longer. This was still Yugoslavia, before the wars and split-ups that happened later. Little did we know that we the same summer visited two area that only a few years later would totally change and split up.
Above our plane from Arlanda, Stockholm to Yugoslavia.
Map of Montenegro