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    Would you take a free trip to Dardania

    After the previous thread about Paris, France I thought I make one for Dardania (see signature for which country is meant).

    Contrasts from expectations to France you can talk more to people in Dardania, English is known more here, and generally more pro-American.

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    Re: Would you take a free trip to Dardania

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    After the previous thread about Paris, France I thought I make one for Dardania (see signature for which country is meant).

    Contrasts from expectations to France you can talk more to people in Dardania, English is known more here, and generally more pro-American.

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    Probably, but I'd feel a bit more apprehensive about it.

    Are there any American military bases in your country?

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    Re: Would you take a free trip to Dardania

    Quote Originally Posted by Gathomas88 View Post
    Probably, but I'd feel a bit more apprehensive about it.

    Are there any American military bases in your country?
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    Re: Would you take a free trip to Dardania

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    Yes

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    Very. Having a nice, secure compound to stay on that's guarded by men with weapons makes me feel better about most things.

    It also means that the local population will be used to seeing Americans around.

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    Re: Would you take a free trip to Dardania

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    After the previous thread about Paris, France I thought I make one for Dardania (see signature for which country is meant).

    Contrasts from expectations to France you can talk more to people in Dardania, English is known more here, and generally more pro-American.

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    I do not know exactly where the boarders of Dardania run. But I have traveled the region with the exception of serbia, where Americans were not very well liked just after the mess. I liked it. People were freindly, food was good. Police ripped you off, but even that was fun in a way.

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    Re: Would you take a free trip to Dardania

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    After the previous thread about Paris, France I thought I make one for Dardania (see signature for which country is meant).

    Contrasts from expectations to France you can talk more to people in Dardania, English is known more here, and generally more pro-American.

    Kosovo travel guide by In Your Pocket

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    What does your fine country have to offer? Not being a twat, I'm genuinely curious.

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    Re: Would you take a free trip to Dardania

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    Yes

    Has a cool name too. It is called "Bondsteel." The element "steel" symbolically represents the bond between us. That is my interpretation of it.

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    I'd feel more confident in Bondadamantium, JamesBond, or BondLego.
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    Re: Would you take a free trip to Dardania

    No.

    I don't want to be run over by a Mercedes-Benz!

    Last edited by Canell; 01-11-14 at 02:40 PM.

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    Re: Would you take a free trip to Dardania

    Yeah, but I'd stick to bigger cities. Kosovo is a scary place still. Still a ton of animosity over there, and the fall created a huge organized crime network.

    Criminal underworld doesn't discriminate much over there (I have some Albanian friends that visit family regularly). Dress down if you're just walking around, rich looking tourists, especially westerners, are targeted. This place is pretty much the human trafficking capital of the region.
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    Re: Would you take a free trip to Dardania

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    After the previous thread about Paris, France I thought I make one for Dardania (see signature for which country is meant).

    Contrasts from expectations to France you can talk more to people in Dardania, English is known more here, and generally more pro-American.

    Kosovo travel guide by In Your Pocket

    Why or why not?

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    Assuming all expenses were paid for, I can go anywhere I want and I do not have to sit through any stupid seminars or some other similar bull**** then sure I would go on a free trip to Dardania.
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