Ulcinj – Married couple Olga (59) and Ladislav (63) Simek from Prague don’t hide their enthusiasm that after 23 years they are again in Ulcinj, even though “the Czech camp” on Velika plaza, their favorite part of Europe, where they have regularly stayed until 1983., is devastated, ruined almost to the grounds.
While on beach “Safari” with the leaser Zef Delic they are evoking the memories of those times, they say that it is hard to admit to yourself and accept the fact that there no longer is a place which for them was a synonym for beauty, peace and daintiness, “from which they went home very satisfied, and at the same time sad, hardly waiting to go back to it again and enjoy its allures all over again.
Let bygones be bygones – pensively says Olga.
Ulcinj for a long time has not been in the catalogues of Czech agencies, but, she adds, when they recently saw it in the offer of “Kovotur” they didn’t have any doubts.
We packed and came – says Olga.
Ulcinj has, she points out, changed its physiognomy in a good way, but the nature remained the same – intact and wild.
The nature of Ulcinj is fascinating and it has something that no where in Europe can be found. It is like we remember it 23 years ago. Unfortunately, in the same or maybe even worse state we remember the hotels – says Ladislav, showing us the brochure of the “Olimpik”.
I took it yesterday from the reception desk of the hotel. The same one I took with me in Prague in the 1979. – points out Ladislav, who just as to his wife “the disappointing accommodation could not spoil the sense of pleasure for being again in their beloved town and with their friends”.
Simek`s claim that the most obvious differences are seen on the beaches.
Fantastic service and brilliant offer on the beaches, with previously said attributes of the nature represent something that fulfills expectations of our countrymen. I believe that the next year in Ulcinj will be marked by Czechs – says Ladislav , retired engineer of construction, who was a tourist guide to the caravans of Czechs in Ulcinj until 1983.