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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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, 15 degrees, cloudy with sunny periods
I am out for a walk early around Fushe Kosove. We plan a late start to visit a couple of areas and then prepare for and go to the meeting. Chere wants to make eggs benedict for breakfast. It tastes great and you can see a picture posted. Very nice.
At about 10.30 after a chat, we head out to the Obilic area. Apparently this area was the site of ...
At 11.00 we received a call that some were heading out to the airport. Darcy & Tricia who were missionaries here were leaving for Germany before then flying back to Canada for good. Darcy had contacted some sort of meningitis which had almost killed him and he was still struggling even to walk and talk. He has come back a long way though which is good. It was good to catch up with them as well as Lucio and Silvia, ...
... there was a game on last night. Got back to the hostel around 5:30 p.m., and Sean and I ended up watching an old James Bond movie as the others took a nap. At some point, I wandered into the dorm and met Fernando from Portugal and Maline from Germany. We chatted for over an hour as Fernando shared about his work with EULEX and his year in Pristina in 2011.
... lined with outdoor cafes / bars, but I wasn't staying the night so I cannot comment on the scene.
As for Kosovo, it is the world's youngest country, declaring independence in 2008, but only a little over half the other countries in the world recognize it. The most obvious is Serbia, which was forced to stop killing and displacing ethnic Albanians there by U.N. bombing in 1999, and ...