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Sunday January 4, 2015
Pristina, Kosovo (Pronounced Prish TEEN a)
Well, it was a 12 hour travel day to get here. And I don't think it was worth it. We opted to stick to our plan to go to Pristina from ...
... I say lunch, it was more like a feast large enough to feed Kosovo twice over. If I see another carb I am going to explode!! To walk it off and help digest the abundance of flija sitting in my oesophagus, Arber, Herolind, Sami and I went down to do a bit of shopping and I managed to single handedly inject some money into Lipjian's local economy. I found a really nice Adidas track suit, Germany one.. Picked it up for a bargain. 50 euros, the same ...
Pristina 18 degrees, sunny
Its good to have a late start today after a big day yesterday. The meeting is at 11.00 here at Fushe Kosove. Sotmir is doing the translating for my talk today so he is pretty nervous as well.
We get to the hall at 10.30. There are eventually 26 along and Sotmir and I get underway. All goes smoothly which is nice. Jasin then takes the Watchtower. A few want a picture with me which is a worry, for their ...
... with Arbri, the girls have coached me to call him a certain expression alluding to his village roots. I tell him it is to get back at him for suggesting I was in my late 50s the first time I met him.
Chere makes a nice baked lunch and the three of us eat around 3.00. Its good time then to prepare meeting for tomorrow night. The evening is in which is good as it has been a tiring day. I am trying to learn a variation of a presentation for tract ...
... So Kosovo still remains in partial limbo, independent but not quite an equal on the world stage.
To Serbs its still a bitter humiliation to have your country first bombed by Nato then to have a province taken away and declared independent. I guess most Serbs know Kosovo is lost but they don't want to accept it.
Good reading ‘Kosovo A short history’ by Noel Malcolm