First stop was in Montenegro where I enjoyed a week of lots and lots of work, but also a little leisure. Most of our meetings were in Podgorica but on day, we drove a couple of miles out of the city and visited a dairy farmer and looked at how he was expanding his business, and learned from him what obstacles he was facing. Another day, we had a couple of meetings located in Bar and Kotor, which gave us the opportunity to have a late lunch in the UNESCO World Heritage listed town of Kotor. As I have written before on this blog, the bay of Kotor is probably one of the most beautiful places in Europe and the Old Town of Kotor, which once upon a time was part of the State of Venice, is a little pearl on the Adriatic coast. In short, it was a good week, and not the least because of our amazing counterparts on the project that I support!

View over part of Podgorica from my hotel 

The Island Sveti Stefan

In Kotor

Milos, the fantastic Project Manager that I work with (and a faithful reader of my blog it turned out!)

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