Al Petrol Hotel Vita
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... in my travel I wanted to learn more about this war and why it happened in the first place. And me being me, I want to understand it from everyone's perspective. Because what I just wrote is from the Bosnian perspective and no doubt Serbians will have a different view. I ask anyone willing to share their experiences with me, Bosnians, Slovenians, Serbians, and now Albanians in Kosovo. The war in Kosovo is the most recent war and is still a sensitive topic amongst Serbs ...
... particularly on economic reform. When I was walking back from lunch one day, I walked right into the middle of a protest. Now, I consider myself to be an alert individual, who is cognizant of her environment, so the fact that I ended up in a protest that seemed to emerge in seconds was a quick reminder that you always have to be aware while traveling. My friends and I extracted ourselves from the protest, but did see that they were protesting a lack of reform in various ...
... family who has very high profile and well-known people in their communities. This was an emotional time for dad as he spoke to his long lost childhood friend who he used to play with growing up and helped dad move to Austria prior to coming to Australia. This conversation was on the phone as this man is currently serving a 15 year sentence in prison. For the last 7 years, he has been behind bars, kept away from his family all due to an ...
... over the city. I wander in and am surprised to see rows and rows of plastic chairs in the church. A lady points me to the lift for the bell tower. A young lady is going up to, she speaks english so we have a chat. She is a uni student from Gjalin and studying economics in Pristina. We both make it to the top and and I get some good pictures I think. It is higher than I thought. As I go down again the same girl is waiting and we head off together. The lift is run by ...
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On the way back, walked around the bazaar neighbourhood and then took a photo of the National Theatre. Walked around the pedestrian thoroughfare again and stopped by Aurora for lunch: a chicken doner and a makiato. The coffee really is good here.