I’d made an executive decision to head off to Pristina, Kosovo. Some of the most visited places are Batllava Lake and Gadime Marble Cave, which are also among the most visited places in Kosovo although on this trip I’m only visiting the capital city.
Coming into Border Control is now where I’m feeling a little uncomfortable but glad the Conductor came around with a sheet for us to fill in our names, identification and document numbers. Once your passport leaves the bus at the service point it’s always a little bit ‘nail bitey’.
Hotel Begolli, I booked this hotel online and although not in the main area of Prishtina, at least it made me walk around a bit more and see curiosities I might not have noticed. The hotel has a number of rooms with a spa bath in it, very unusual but welcomed after a bus trip.
Thanks to Tina, Agnesa and Ikballe from Prishtina for helping me by writing a note to the bus driver letting him know where I had to hop off. These ladies were all such good fun to chat to and made me feel very welcome. You are the best and I really enjoyed my short time in Kosovo. So far I’ve found the people from the Balkans exceptionally friendly and will definitely return to explore more of the region.