We were lucky enough, that during our visit they held the annual Kotor Karneval, so the streets were pretty crammed. It was a big party, with music, majorettes, funny customes and fire dancers.
The majorettes were following the musicians around the narrow streets, and performers would show up from nowhere. But we are not the kind of people who like to follow around people that are already followed around, so we went to our favourite place, the little bakery with the magical cake.
There were a few flashy, fancy clubs in the centre, and usually we could hear the music ’til the morning. When we went home, there were still many people inside and outside.
So the nightlife is pretty intense, And you know what else is? The cats. The cats are everywhere.
Sleeping on the streets, hanging around restaurants, even in shops.
Whenever you were walking around, there was at least one kitty in sight. Then we wandered into a shady street, and we found the cat alley.
I love cats, but man, did this place stink. There were like twenty cats roaming around.
Some people feed them and take care of them.
So if you like to party all night, it is absolutely possible. But if you like a little silence and solitude, and still want something unforgettable, just go out a balcony and enjoy the lights dancing on the water.
Good night, everybody.