We started pretty early again as we packed our bags & left them in our room to have an explore of Prishtina. We walked down the hill & found a fruit shop for some breaky, then headed into a park nearby where we had coffee at a little cafe set up with plastic chairs & umbrellas. From there it was into the centre to see how the Kosovovians lived their lives. There wasn't exactly too much to look at so we headed back to the Newborn sign for photos. We stopped at a bakery & grabbed 4 fresh danishes all for €1.50. Kinda ridiculous hey? Then it was back up the hill towards our hotel where we stopped off at the tomb of the countries first president. Finally grabbing our packs we had a little time to kill so rather than catching a cab we walked through the back streets. A young kid of 6 or 7 was walking 2 cows down the road so I took a photo of the scene. He started yelling "no, no" so I put the camera away & asked him if the photos took the cows spirit away. He didn't understand. He asked me my name so I told him, then he told me what his was. Still no idea. I bid him farewell & he shook my hand, then gave me the finger. I returned the salute, called him a "little cuss" & was on my way. We explored the back streets a little, had a coffee, then caught a cab to the bus station. When the crappy bus arrived we boarded and were off. We stopped about an hour later at some shops where everyone got off & returned after 5 minutes with bags of new shoes. Pretty random. From there we drove through beautiful countryside stopping here & there to pick up passengers. Finally we made it to the border & after worrying a bit about getting into Serbia we found that they didn't even look at our passports. So all that needless worry for nothing. That was the end of Kosovo then. We saw everything we wanted to in Prishtina & in all honesty we were happy to leave. Not that there was anything wrong with it, just that it had a weird feel. And for a country that didn't have a lot of money we found everyone pretty much lived in big houses. As we moved into Serbia the beautiful countryside continued. However the river we were driving along had it's banks absolutely covered in litter. It really looks like everyone throws their trash in there & it just washes up on the banks. C'mon Serbs, show a bit of pride!! We arrived at Novi Pazar about 5.00pm & after a bit of asking around found out we had to wait until 10pm for the next bus to Sarajevo. Now Novi Pazar isn't the worst place, but it's not somewhere you want to spend 5 hours of your life. We grabbed our packs & found the centre of the town & more importantly an ATM. I didn't have the Serb Dinars currency conversion loaded on my phone & didn't want to take out much as we were leaving the country shortly. So we took out 400 & headed for a cafe. They had wifi & I loaded up the rate. Seems like I took out €3.40. This got us 2 lattes with change left over. We stretched this out for an hour. We couldn't hang around any longer so I went in the rain & found a pizza restaurant, then returned to grab Jac & the packs. We spent the next 3 hours having a coke, tea, large pizza & piece of cake, all for €4.00. Once again I love these prices. Not only that, we have found so far that eastern European food is so much better than western Europe, & especially London. About 9pm we wandered back to the bus station & waited, well more so hoped, that the Sarajevo bus would turn up. Please don't let us have to spend the night here. Well praise the lord because even though it was a crappy bus, it was a bus none the less, & we grabbed some seats before heading out of Novi Pazar with a load of stinky men. I'm not sure where we were driving because it was pitch black out the windows & it felt like we were on a goat track. We kept stopping every now & again dropping people off in the middle of nowhere with no lights around. b*****ed if I know where they were going. Anyway it was a long night before we finally arrived in Sarajevo at 5.30am. Kudos to the driver who drove up & down mountains in pitch black & driving rain in the middle of nowhere, & got us there safely. From the bus stop we caught a taxi, after an argument about price, & were dropped at our hotel. We walked in grabbed the key & went straight to bed. So glad that this section of traveling is over now. The rest is a fair bit easier. Well we hope so anyway.