Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink
There is a reason why Kamenari will not be a tourist destination anytime soon. The area lacks running water on a regular basis. I don't mean occasional shut-offs. The problem is more severe than that. The town of Kamenari has running water only a couple of hours each day.
The water originates in Croatia and the pipelines runs through Croatia and Montenegro must pay a tax to Croatia to have the water reach Montenegro.
Montenegro is a poor country and does not have enough money to pay the tax. Therefore, the water supply to Montenegro is shut off regularly - many hours each day. Herceg-Novi does not suffer the same fate because it is a recognized tourist destination, but the smaller towns on the Bay of Kotor suffer the consequences of lack of water.
Unfortunately for Boka Kotorska, this is not a temporary condition, but something that has been going on for some time with no solution in sight.
Shades of New York
While waiting for the car ferry in Kamenari, you will most likely be approached by young kids who will insist on washing your windshield and being paid for it. They will get quite aggressive if you don't pay up.
They don't approach every car, I noticed, but they did approach our car every time we were in line. I think we had the word "Sucker" written somewhere on our car.