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... of fanta, coke or water followed by copious amounts of pretzels, chips, biscuits and force feed you. I have already noticed that I am feeling a lot heavier after only three days here... The weight I had lost has gone all back on in the blink of an eye. I think over the duration of the day we managed to meet another 398 family members, (and consumed about 26 different sittings of drinks and snacks). We met my grandmother's side of the family" Gashi. ...
... Milosevic rallied the Serbs in the modern day conflict for Kosovo. There is a tower there. You need to present passports to enter as it is guarded by KFOR, the Kosovo UN Force. We went in and climbed it, it was cool but we managed to get a few pictures. It has an apocalyptic view of Obilic which shows how much of an environmental hazard it is. On the way out we chat with the guards and place a few ...
... have a reputation for being lazy, he said. Even when they were part of Yugoslavia, the government taxed other regions to pay for development in Kosovo, because the people weren't producing enough economically. It's true that I noticed a lot of people wandering the streets, not heading anywhere and not at work the next morning.
Pristina 17 degrees, sunny
Today we plan a day off to see a few things around Pristina. I go out for an early morning walk around Fushe Kosove which is always interesting. There is plenty of building work going on with some interesting building methods and an abstract view on OH&S. Always something to see.
At about 10 we head out to pick up another brother, Sotmir, in Pristina. It is near the old missionary ...
At first he wanted to take me to the airport so I had to tell him Bill Clinton bus terminal since its on the street named after him. At the terminal the ticket was only 6eu ($7.20) cheaper than the buses were in Serbia
The bus was leaving in 10 mins and I got my seat at the back. After leaving he collected all the ...