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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 ...
... a nice church, a school that looked almost abandoned -- and the tower of refuge, where a wanted man who is accused of a murder, say, can hole up for a time (we were told 15 days) while the relatives of the two sides try to sort things out, probably through monetary compensation. If unsuccessful, a blood feud would ensue. This was explained to us by a passionate devotee of this system of justice. In his opinion it was much better than the "American" system, ...
... via the huge lake that we had talked about stopping at if we had time. From the bus it didn't look as inviting as we had imagined so we were happy we hadn't cut our time short elsewhere to go there. Joel was only staying the one night in Podgorica but I had booked in for 3 nights with hopes of checking out the city and its sites for a couple of days before heading back to Budva. As we drove into the city we both got the worst feeling about the ...
... the old Ottoman bridge from the 1400s. I crossed that old stone bridge into the old town. Strolled around the mostly residential neighborhood until reaching the clock tower at 12:08 p.m. I had to check my watch for the time since the clocks have long been removed from the tower.
I passed Republic Square in the center of downtown Podgorica en route to the east side’s Gorica Hill Park. Entered the park at 12:37 and climbed uphill 10 minutes to ...
... the large waterfall but although there are signposts I almost got lost and finally I gave it up. However, I saw the so-called kulla, a stone tower with very small windows. These towers were once typical in Northern Albania for hundreds of years. The reason was the tradition of the blood feud, or gjakmarra; families fought with each other for decades, killing each other's relatives. The institute of the blood feud was first regulated in the 15th century collection of ...