Travel Blogs from Pristina
... must be the slowest ever.
Then it's out to the main are of town. My goal is the museum and old Ethnological house. The museum is easy to find but is closed except for a display on the ground floor called Planning Pristina. I wonder aloud when they will start doing that - you wouldn't call it planned well at the moment. I have trouble finding the house so sit down near the mosque. I hear a lady talking to her son in English so ask her if she knows where it is. ...
... works and everyone understands kangaroo. Its the best way to explain Australia, otherwise everyone thinks I come from Austria. We head back to the car, I have been able to place 14 mags and a booklet and assist in negotiating for grapes, salad, veges and other items. All very interesting.
Its already after 12 so the group has a quick coffee together. All coffees are only 50 cents and are good. The cafe we go to I remember from last ...
... credit card as most places are making me pay with cash
The last thng I needed to do was exchange money as I had no local currency. I went to a bank and stood in line forever. There was one teller taking his time and after half an hour I had local money so could pay admission fees and buy lunch
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... Europe and the US made the Kosovars wait while they tried to work out a compromise with Belgrade. Serbia was proposing a ‘Hong Kong’ model of a state within a state but the Kosovars only wanted full independence
After a couple of years and tired or running the country, Kosovo was allowed to declare independence. However, Serbia and its ally Russia did not recognize this, nor countries such as Spain that have their own ...
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