Yesterday in Pristina, the first part of the visit was to try to understand why my memory card was no longer working on the camera... (The camera that doesn’t work anymore is like the end of the world). Then look for a new memory card. Once I found it, I was able to resume the visit calmly. And take some nice pictures too, because with the mobile it’s much worse ^^
The impression I had in Djilane is confirmed in Pristina and Djakova: there is a great freedom and a great cultural mix; in Gjakovë the bars in Chicha are on the terrace and the young women are also involved. It seems not to be everywhere, in other places the street belongs to men, but where it is visible this mix was not what I expected!
In the evening in Pristina I will eat in a Kossovar cultural centre run by Sokol. Sokol is looking to have like a farm in the city: there are lots of animals in its centre. And also he organizes conferences, performances, concerts. He also makes food: in a traditional oven he bakes the Albanian “pizza”, the flia. But it doesn’t look like pizza, it would be closer to lasagna, but it’s not that either. Go to Kosovo or Albania to taste it! We sympathize after a few chess games and he shows me around his centre and tells me about his projects.