One risk of traveling to different countries is having an issue with the food or water in that country. I have had bad experiences on two occasions. In Ireland in 2014, I experienced some intestinal problems which took me down for about a day and a half. Unfortunately, I had the same experience on this cruise.
Our next-to-last day was scheduled to be a stop in a small country called Montenegro. Based on our sail-in, and the short time I spent on shore, before giving up and going back to the ship to sleep it off, Montenegro is a beautiful country. With steep mountains, and a distinctively Russian/Balkan feel, there appeared to be many photo ops. My wife and our traveling companions went on a trip up into the mountains and enjoyed some of the local culture. My experience was, unfortunately very brief.
In and around the port, there were some nice images of the harbor, and the working boats that are common in the Mediterranean.
Kotor, Montenegro, our port of call, is a walled city, which is one of the really interesting features of some of the cities in Mediterranean Europe. We started with a walking tour of the interior of the city entering through a key-stoned gate. I was able to capture the wall behind some of the buildings in the city, before I gave up and headed back to the ship.