Ulcinj – If you wish to visit all republics of former Yugoslavia nobody will wonder. But if you decide to do it on bikes old three and a half decade, they will tell you that you are real adventurer. In age of powerful and extra speed bikes, students of music from Slovenia Martin Pustinak (28) and Marko Mozina (28) made effort not to fade remembrance to “good old “Tomos”.
They on the day before yesterday over border crossing Sukobin arrived on bikes “Tomos colibri”, 14 V, old 35 or 36 years after they traveled road long 2200 kilometers.
-From hometown Kranj we started on Friday July 21. We made way over Zagreb, Belgrade, Sofia, Kosovo, Macedonija, Albania and here we are now in Montenegro where we will stay a day or two. Here is really magnificent and the girls are beautiful. We planned to visit also Budva about which we heard a lot – say they while looking at a group of young people around their loving ones at parking in front of pizzeria at Pristan where they paused for lunch. They gave names to the bikes – older “Bedanc” and younger “Pehta”, after characters from story “Kekec”.
Travel over countries of former Yugoslavia we finish on August 4, when we plan to over Bosnia and Croatia return to Kranj. Will travel total of 3 thousand kilometers but it is nothing for as and at least for “Bedanc” and “Pehta” – say joking musicians adding that the travel was financed by sponsors.