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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 a battle in 1389 between Turks and Serbs /Albanians. More so between muslims ...
... him directions, or to vouch for him at the border.
Anyway, we finally left the city and were heading in the country. Then they pulled over to remove their taxi sign, maybe to avoid problems at the border and we drove off again.
Suddenly they asked for our passports and we were at a checkpoint. There were no signs before as I guess since Serbia doesnt recognize this border and considers it part of ...
Nis was really nice being rooted much more in deeper history back to the Romans and Byzantines before the Turks. By far Novi Pazar was my favourite with its living Turkish character reminding me of Bosnia
Serbia has been a victim of its own geography. While Croatia, Slovenia, and ...
... time in Yugoslavia, although in other countries they are open all day
I made it to the main square where there was another mosque. This was the start of the old town. There were narrow lanes with crooked houess. Behind the main mosque were the turkish baths which were in ruins and not in use.
Today I was going to be daring and try to venture to the southern Serbian town of Novi Pazar. This town has always fascinated me since I fist started reading about the region due to its entrenched Turkish culture.
As the Ottomans began to lose Montenegro to the west and Serbia to the east, Novi Pazar was part of a land bridge ...