One of my readers wrote that he had been wondering how far he could get if he took his local commuter train and continued traveling with no other means of transport than the railway. As a train enthusiast, I couldn’t stop thinking about … Continue reading
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It’s a bit stereotypical with the Balkan-type cap and the drooping mustache, but this is art in Montenegro. It reminds you a bit of the Easter Island heads, doesn’t it? (Photographed at the Winter Palace in Podgorica, Montenegro.)
Ok, I need to take back the “maximum security” part, because there is quite a big hole in the wall of the prison in Podgorica. So big that a kiosk with a small bar set up shop there. I wonder … Continue reading
“She is trying really hard to attract a new tenant.” “Yes, I believe she got herself some fake windows.” “Five of them even!” (Photographed in Podgorica, Montenegro.)
“If the nights were as long as I love you, the dawn would never come.” (Photographed in Podgorica, Montenegro.)
In Podgorica, Montenegro, I saw this poem for the forest, but I cannot find any English translation online. Can any of my Serbian/Montenegrin-speaking readers help? Thank you very much!