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Museum and New Pants

Friday, 18 Sep 2015 | Views [481] | Comments [2]

Yesterday the original plan was to check-out and go somewhere else-and I was undecided on the other place. I was debating on another spot in Kosovo; people have recommended a few-or to leave Kosovo or go to Macedonia.  In the end-I chose neither.... Read more >

Tags: kosovo, pristina

Two Sides and 100% Tips

Thursday, 17 Sep 2015 | Views [453]

Yesterday I  went to a town called Mitrovica which is  a split town. Half the town is occupied by those who speak the Albanian  language who recognize themselves as citizens of Kosovo. Across the bridge are those who speak Serbian, and ... Read more >

Tags: kosovo, pristina

Walking Tour and Sitting on the Porch

Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015 | Views [450]

Yesterday, I went on a walking tour of Pristina. This is what I was looking forward to all along. Pristina obviously isn't a Madrid, Prague or even a Sarajevo. This is the largest city of a country that has oficially only been recognized since 2008. ... Read more >

Tags: kosovo, pristina

Kooky Kosovo

Tuesday, 15 Sep 2015 | Views [403]

Yesterday was my first full day in Pristina.  The day before, when I arrived here, the  girl at the hostel gave me a photocopied map of the city, with various points of interest, restaurants, etc. The map sucked-since it was photocopied, the ... Read more >

Tags: kosovo, pristina

Tirana to Pristina

Monday, 14 Sep 2015 | Views [460]

Yesterday I slept until around 7:30 am, and went for a jog around town, and went back to my room at the hotel. I then had breakfast at the free buffet. And what a buffet it was! The serving tables had all types of cereal, eggs, an omelet station, ... Read more >

Tags: albania, kosovo, pristina, tirana



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