I can’t write about this topic without talking a bit about the history and also how Kosovo people feel about it (and, of course, I don’t claim to represent all the people of Kosovo). Kosovo is a small country with less than 2 million citizens where a wide range of nationalities cohabitates. Our Constitution, which […]
4 days in Kosovo – an appetizer that made me hungry for more!
I met Paulina in Pristina when she was visiting back in October last year. Initially, from the way she was speaking with her friend, I thought she was German (yep, Luxembourgish sounded to me like German). Anyway, we spent some time in one of my favorite places in Pristina, Dit’ e Nat’, and talked about […]
I don’t think I’d be going to Zagreb if it wasn’t for the LEAP Summit. Even when I asked for recommendations for attractions to see and things to do in Zagreb in my social media, most of the people said to go to Ljubljana instead (which I am going to visit soon anyway). However, I […]
Kosovo: a perfect place – developing, fun, and very safe
Kosovo is a small country and lots of people have no idea where it is located (some people I met during my travels thought it is in Africa). So, one would wonder why foreigners would leave their home countries which are much more developed and better organized in so many aspects and become expats, or […]
Kosovo turned 10 years old this February so I decided to reach out to 10 travel bloggers who have visited Kosovo and ask a few questions to find out what they thought of Kosovo. As a Kosovo citizen I could be (and I am) subjective at times; therefore, reading what foreigners have to say about […]