Travel Blogs from Prizren
se tenait dans un lieu pas très net de Tetovo (ce que je découvrit ou
compris le soir même seulement). Tout défila à une vitesse hallucinante ;
début des préparatifs, Oliver qui se coupe avec les morceaux de verre,
changement de corridor à la dernière minute à cause de gens et liex suspects, le batteur qui arrive, les spots
installés par Culi (avec un système électrique qu’il a créé lui-même… ok je
suis facile à ...
Breaking my own rules...very bad! There is a very high chance I could regret returning to Kosovo when I run out of time at the end of my trip as it's not exactly on my way. However because of the ridiculous Serbian border rules I'm still yet to visit Serbia, so it's also quite a good thing I'm back in the area so I can hopefully visit the power house/trouble makers that is Serbia after Kosovo, as their history is almost unrivalled when ...
I made a video! .....I hate videos, can you tell??? I couldn't even bring myself to watch it back so I don't even know if it works properly but I hope you like it!
So lately I've been to a few 'non touristy' countries like Bosnia and now Kosovo, and every time I speak to any of my friends the conversation goes something like: -
... population wishing to assert itself from Serbia. America's flag is flown due to George Bush Sr. and especially Bill Clinton's support of the country during its more tumultuous days; both presidents have large streets named after them in Pristina, and there's even a statue of Bill Clinton.
Pristina (Albanian: Prishtina) is the capital city, and it's pretty run down. The main pedestrian area, Mother Teresa Boulevard (again named due to ...
... the overpriced taxis, we headed to the tram and towards our first proper bed of the trip. In one of those familiar noisy ten-bed dorms, we slept for the first part of the afternoon in luxury. We had timed our nap perfectly so that we rose as the evening air in the city cooled and made exploring this post-communist concrete jungle possible.
Cat set out on her hunt for her "birthday dress". After over a month of travelling in these climates without one, she decided ...