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... the second was the Balkan countries fighting over territories between themselves. If you start looking in to it, the way countries were divided and borders created is super confusing! Coming from an island continent and country with no adjoining neighbours, the concept of these changing borders is foreign to me, especially realising that they are still changing, even today!
Then there was the 50 years when the great Tito was president of Yugoslavia ...
... is trapped in their own regulations, preventing any real progress.
It remains to be seen if any progress could be made even if the international community was fully on board however. One important thing that I learned in Kosovo is that there are two very different parts. We stayed in Pristina, which is the capital, and is one of the most pro-American places you will visit. This was the first time the entire trip where I truly felt like people wanted us to be ...
After a third failed attempt at finding me a wife in as many days we left Baci Adem's house to go visit Halim's brother (a 20 minute drive) a scorching hot day today, am glad I packed a few singlets (vests for the uk folk). I think by me showing a bit more skin, the misinterpreted that for wanting a wife... Sorry to disappoint the ladies of Kosovo, but not what I had in mind when selecting what to wear this morning, Today was a day highly charged ...
Pristina, 17 degrees, cloudy, sun periods
First this morning, I email a picture and some info to Terry, our Japanese friend from the meeting last night. He is happy to receive it and asks me to keep in touch. No problem - will do.
Today we had an early start into Pristina as Jasin and Arbri had a meeting with a businessman who had offered a larger premises that could be used for a Kingdom Hall and wanted to see them. So we went in early and Chere, ...
... tension and alienation. Fertile grounds for radicalization of any sort.
Back at the hostel, I was asked if I wanted to pitch in for 40 euros worth of coke. No thanks. The guys also showed me tobacco that was grown in Pristina and sold in the bazaar for 4 euros per half kilo. They roll ...