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... the name of the area. Obilic now effects many more I reckon due to the toxic power plant. We enjoy the visit to the museum and grounds as it is extremely well cared for and we have a passionate guide who speaks english well.
We head a few kilometres away after this to the Field of Blackbirds. This was part of the historical site of the battle mentioned earlier but has a modern day variation. It is ...
... like. Wish I had listened more to Dianne and her mum and knew more words! There are 6 of us out at the group. I wander over to the noticeboard and check the talk I am giving for this Sunday, see if you can spot my name in the picture I took! We then head out into the territory.
Stressing over my Albanian presentation, I speak to a young lady who says that I dont have to speak Albanian as she speaks English. I momentarily ...
... 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 ...
“So,” asked the border guard, unsure of what to make of the only non-local passengers on the bus, “why do you come to Kosovo?”
Our answer was a stuttering and uneasy “tourism”. He eyed us suspiciously from under his heavy, furrowed eyebrows, before stamping our passports and moving on. As we pulled away from the border control and into the Kosovan countryside, we began to understand why our answer was so peculiar to him. The first ...
... t comfortable and I was pooped by the time I had made it into Kosovo, after all the border checks and ******* about that one has to get used to in order to travel in this region.. Luckily a taxi was at the station because I would've had no idea how to get to the place I was staying. Its quite funny, they don't actually have street signs, or at the very least they are few and far between. So you don't really have much choice but to wander around aimlessly, hoping that you have kept ...