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.
There are many events in Kosovo that grasp people’s attention. Plenty of them have become internationally recognized throughout the years. Events are a great way of understanding the culture of a country and what it stands for. It is also a good way of having fun and meeting new people. Many events in Kosovo provide volunteering opportunities […]
I was invited to talk with children at a kindergarten in Prishtina during their summer camp about my experiences during traveling. I was excited and at the same time stressed about it. I’m good with children, generally, and I enjoy playing with them (I have two nieces and three nephews); but this was at a […]
While people from several European countries are tired of tourists, Kosovo citizens welcome them open-heartedly. Recently, I met Rohan and Max, a couple traveling through Balkans on their way to Azerbaijan, and we were discussing how welcoming Kosovo Albanians are and how they think everything looks pretty modern in Kosovo, contrary to beliefs of Kosovo […]
“…she can inspire everyone to take their role as informal Kosovo ambassador seriously.”
An informal Kosovo ambassador – that’s such a great honor. Being from a small country comes with plenty of challenges. It sometimes implies that citizens of that country have to be informal ambassadors. In my case, I am a proud informal Kosovo ambassador both when I travel and while at home. While most of the people […]