As soon as I asked the guy in the bar about the password, a girl came to me and we started to talk. I sat with her and her friends, and we talked for about an hour. They told me there was a kind of students' accomodation, where I could sleep for 5€ per night. It was not what I was looking for, but considering where I was, I couldn´t decline another nice offer.
So, we went to the suburbs, and we came into a convenience store, because the owner rented the rooms. It was the creepiest place I had ever seen. My room was a really big one, with four beds, and it was just for myself.
I didn´t feel really safe, since the door had no key, but I had no choice. One of the students came and invited me to hang out a bit, until it was time to sleep. The whole residence came, and we stayed until very late.
It was a really interesting night. I learnt a lot about Serbia history, they told me about the war, their feelings, what they did, how their fathers went to fight nd they didn´t know about them for months.
How they feel nobody cares about them, since they are Serbs, but living in Kosovo.
We had a really interesting conversation, but they didn´t trust me. They didn´t want to tell me their real names, they didn´t want me to take any pictures. One of them even suggested I was a spy. Anyway, it was a really interesting night, and it made me understand that life is not as easy for everybody as it´s for people in western countries.
They day after, I left the place, and nobody asked me to pay.
|The students residence.|
But the people were very rude. They didn´t want to speak with a foreign, some of them even ran away from me. I wasn´t enjoying at all, so after half an hour in that town, I went to the road, to start my hitch-hiking to Pristina.
|The famous bridge.|