Life in Montenegro

A Chronicle of My New Life in the Country: from culture shock to comfort zone
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In the Comfort Zone

In the Comfort Zone

It has been two and a half years since my last post here. Since 2009 we had lived here permanently, but we moved to London in the summer of 2015 to work on new projects. Since then, our ‘life in Montenegro’ has, unfortunately, been sporatic.

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Montenegro: The New Monaco? Not exactly…

Montenegro: The New Monaco? Not exactly…

In an article by Claire Wrathall, the March 2015 issue of Boat International Magazine asks is “Montenegro the New Monaco?” Claire has been writing about Montenegro since as early as November 2004 in The Scotsman, so she is certainly a credible “witness” to the regional transformation that has occurred over the past decade. Many others have asked the same comparative question over the years.

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Creating a Storied Place

Creating a Storied Place

The country essentially opened its doors to foreign investment less than a decade ago after independence in 2006. In the short few years that followed a handful of developers have arrived and started to participate in the transformation of the country, designing their own take on the art of hospitality.

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What’s it [Montenegro] Like?

What’s it [Montenegro] Like?

I recently attended the Annual Luxury Real Estate Symposium in Venice Italy.
There were real estate professionals from Australia, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, the United States, France and Italy discussing the latest trends in our industry.

I was the only attendee from South Central Europe, and almost everyone there asked me “what is it like?”

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P.S. I love it!

P.S. I love it!

I got a message from one of my local friends last night (he is one of my best friends here, except when he is my trainer at the gym). He said: “do you like being here or not, I can’t figure it out from your post?” I apologize for any ambiguity. I love it here.

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