The first time you travel to a country, in a new city, there are many thoughts that come to mind and the images that accompany us through its streets.
James Giulietti , pen expert Yacht Capita l had the opportunity to visit Montenegro last October during the party to celebrate the launch of the first Marina in the work, and here he reveals what were your first impressions.
Montenegro was a place of mind, before a real place. A little ‘because of the bitter, a little’ reminiscences to school, “where they talked about Montenegro? … In the First World War? ‘, A little’ because of the ignorance that I still carry around from the former puzzelizzazione Yugoslavia, the fact is that Montenegro tell or say Kamchatka was more or less the same thing, only that Montenegro Risk in there.
Then, finally, you happen to go in Montenegro. And you discover that it is a real place, with real people and not carrarmatini of plastic on the streets. And that has not been at the time of the First War, but not in those of the former Yugoslavia. No, no, it has become really driving the chariot of the tourist development of the area that the world has another intriguing name: the Balkans.
In Montenegro and arrivals as well as having the evidence that it is a young country (just like demography, the amount of young people and adults that circulates through the streets shows the distribution of the age pyramid), you also have the knowledge that it is a young country for tourism .Local in Milan would call ‘combed’ are beside the bar more traditional tent with the anti-plastic flies. And no one finds it odd that there is one waiter who speaks three languages perfectly and another not even bring you peanuts when ordering a drink. Coexistence of the two natures.
Montenegro, and the whole area surrounding, has a long history that goes up to today and has almost never lost the thread despite the many political vicissitudes.
In short, as far as I’m concerned, those guys in Montenegro, they are doing a great job and it is not by chance if Russian companies, South Africa, Egypt are investing there. And if you’re curious to know personally who is putting money in this area of the world, go on Wikipedia to see who they are, in addition to the above Sawiris, Oleg Deripaska, Nathaniel Rothschild, Jacob Rothschild and Bernard Arnault, so to speak.