I wrote a post for Kosovo 2.0 about my visa issues in Thailand during my visit there in February. Apart from having a fantastic two-week vacation and meeting several new people and making new friends, I had to face what many Kosovo citizens face – visa issue at the passport control.
“…she can inspire everyone to take their role as informal Kosovo ambassador seriously.”
While most of you just need to buy a flight ticket, pack your things and go, I need to plan well in advance, apply for a visa, schedule an appointment – which might take as long as four months, go through an interview, and only then if granted a visa, travel. USAID published a story on my […]
My country decided to go with a campaign to promote Kosovo as the “young Europeans” some years ago, namely, claiming to promote it in terms of having a young population and being a newly established country in Europe trying to fit in as it should. This sounds great and the ad looks lovely; all those happy […]
I met lots of people coming from all different countries and cultures while living in the US during my studies. My network extended to China, India, Brazil, Colombia, and where not (Chicago is a very international city and so was my university). I did become good friends with many other students in Chicago through studies […]