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... 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 ...
... emotion. It started when we went to visit Dad's other cousins. These people had very little. Hard working, farmers, sweating it out in the hot sun. I know we had already given the family money, but I felt compelled to give the more. I was reluctant to at first as I didn't want to offend, but they graciously accepted the gesture which pleased us. Before we left the house, we found a well. this is the way they consume their water. As the ...
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, ...
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On the way back, walked around the bazaar neighbourhood and then took a photo of the National Theatre. Walked around the pedestrian thoroughfare again and stopped by Aurora for lunch: a chicken doner and a makiato. The coffee really is good here.
Pristina 11 degrees, overcast
A fair bit cooler today in Pristina. We will be offering the leaflet today so I have worked on a basic offer starting with "Jam nga Australii" or I am from Australia. We will see how we go.
Jasin and I leave to pick up a Serbian sister just north of Pristina at 8.45 to bring her to the hall for the group. She is 78 and very faithful. I need to try a few "Dobar dans", "dobro" "hvala" ...