Winter in Pristina Kosovo Time ni bulu kening bulu mata semua jadi keras. Jalan dh mcm kura2 sbb permukaan yg licin. Byk adegan org tergolek dot tgk. Setiap hari sblm memulakan perjalanan, kene bersihkan salji kat kereta setinggi paras separuh pintu kereta. So struggle trip during winter.
Danas smo malo na odmoru pa smo obišli Štrpče i trenutno se nalazimo u Prištini... Nema snimanja danas, ali zato u 16:00 h, počinjemo da potpisujemo ugovore za snimanje moje pesme, nadam se da ćemo uspeti !!! Pružite mi podršku !! ♥♥♥
Saturday was particularly special, because I got to play in Pristina, Kosovo 🇽🇰 and during sunrise. 🌅✨It was a truly beautiful journey we all went on, and I wanted to thank you for that. Thank you for a warm reception, genuine curiosity and energetic dance. Some of the guests told me, they struggled to get visa in that part of the world and it is difficult to travel abroad for similar events. It was really mind blowing to hear and realize all this, and it made things even more special and just a big honor. Huge respect to @hapesira for doing what they do, without much help from anyone. In the end music unites us and it’s a blessing. Thank you 😍 videos and photos from various guests 🤲🏼 ps Calabria for the win 🤷🏻♀️🥁✨🤤🤗
Still a disputed Territory , Kosovo is one of the newest Countries to gain Independence ( in 2008 ) from Serbia ( who still claim the territory ). The People seemed warm and Friendly and everyone knew Kolkata , India as Saint Mother Teresa hails from this area and the largest Church is named after her. Kosovo has seen very tough days but now they are becoming more visible globally. A unique place indeed ! Also my 56th Country. #prishtina#kosovo#soviet#europe#travel#explore#56thcountryvisited#newborn#culture
If you go to Pristina on a Monday, prepare to meet a ghost town. The National Library will be closed, though nothing can stop that funky exterior from shining. The Ethnographic Museum, where a guide takes you through the Ottoman history of the area, will invite you to return on Tuesday at 9am. If you go to Pristina on a Monday, The Kosovo Museum might trick you with its inviting online hours, but that, too, will be shuttered, its ancient artifacts just out of reach behind its metal gates. If you go to Pristina on a Monday, cafe-lined Nene Teresa Boulevard will be quietly baking in the afternoon sun. But, if you are lucky, you might wander in to Soma Book Station, a hipster tourist enclave any day of the week. Here, you can order frothy cafe frappes and play “American or not” as you eavesdrop on other tourists. You can sit under twinkle lights, starting up at shelves of books, from the Bhagavad Gita to Stephen Hawking. You can read about the history of Yugoslavia, or select a novel at random, which you dive so deeply into that you completely ignore your table mate who is trying to relay interesting facts about Yugoslavia to you. It may not be the day you had planned, and maybe you’ll walk away with a bit less of a history lesson than you had anticipated, but it will be a pretty great Monday.