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Saturday December 27, 2014
Two short vids of Kolasin are at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LePW7qr l1YA
and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDwsTqt 81d8
Thank god ...
... 700 m. It's narrow enough that if you meet another vehicle, one of you may have to reverse quite a long way in order to pass. There isn't always a guardrail, and most of the time the drop is spectacular. Brian exhibited nerves of steel in ignoring the wails and whimpers coming from behind him. At one break, Carolyn was relieved to be able to switch sides so that she would no longer have to stare into the abyss; shortly after the re-start we went over a pass ...
... you can buy their local cheese and puršut. It is very cheap for a sandwich and a drink (3euro) the puršut is a lot saltier then what we are use to from our the ones of grandad dries at our village.
Next we made the drive to Budva. The view of Budva from the road was beautiful, Once in Budva we set out to the old town. We had a look around, took some photos then went and had a drink before setting back off to the bus. We didn't have enough time to go check ...
... Brad Pitt movie, World War Z, which started at 7. We didn't make it. The shops were just that good. Joel bought a few cool tees and I got a jumper, jacket and scarf for when the weather gets colder. Everything was so cheap and we still got to see the film, just a little later. World War Z was the most terrifying movie I have seen in years. Possibly more terrifying than when I was 10 years old and saw Stephen Kings "It". Within the first 5 minutes I ...
... has been under construction for 18 years and still has lots of interior work remaining. Our next stops were the Millennium Bridge and the old town; I repeated some of the steps I took earlier today to show Mom the highlights of Podgorica. We entered the Podgorica Museum at 6:42 (amazingly it was open until 8:00) and then grabbed some ice cream.
Hotel room at 8:02. Mom’s camera is broken. She dropped it on the sidewalk in the told town ...