Grand Hotel Pristina
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... checked in JD's in London, £129. It was bloody hot. I can tell I have climatised to England's weather as just walking down the street with some shopping bags, I was sweating like a *****, and could feel the sun's rays burning through my shirt the sun-burnt skin from the day before... Arber came to my rescue. He was to catch a bus to Vienna today, so we went back to his house to chill out a bit before we took him into Pristina. Putting Arber on ...
... them. One chides Jasin and Chere for bringing me here.
It's back home at 2.30 for a quick lunch and then some preparation for the meeting. I also go for a walk down to VIVA supermarket to grab a few things to take on the bus tomorrow.
The meeting is at 6.30. At the end it is announced that it is Sotmir's last meeting as he is moving back to Albania in the Durres Porti congregation. It is ...
... I was able to stay last time. Jasin is taking us to see some Roman ruins that have been unearthed outside Pristina. We head through Gracanica which is a Serbian village not far from Pristina. Just outside we locate the ruins, called Ulpiana.
Ulpiana was an ancient city from the first century. The excavations are not well funded and most of the land around it is private. Ground scans have found many other features under ...
... Friday. All in all a good time around the territory as we head off on some studies.
One of Jasin's studies spent nine years in America so speaks good English. I meet his children and we have a nice study which lasts 90 mins or so. All good. It is now 3.00 so we head home for a late lunch.
Tonight at 6.30 is the meeting which is great. I especially enjoy meeting the kids and catching up with some I had met ...
... and learned how to say cheers in a new language to me, Albanian duh (gezoar, pronounced more like "tzore"). I wanted to see Prizren in Kosovo, UNESCO heritage site (see pics here - https://www.google.com/search?hl=en& ;tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&ta b=li&q=Prizren ), but it rained Monday and the buses wew not convenient to go on Tuesday on my way next to: