Kosovar hospitalitySeptember 14 in Kosovo ⋅ ⛅ 22 °C
We met Besi and Luki in Montenegro and we couldn't be happier about changing our plans and spend our day with them and with their family in their hometown.
We were invited to Besi's family where we would meet their parents, his brother, his uncle and his cousin. All the family received us with a big smile while preparing some fli (a traditional Kosovar cake) and some fresh food from the garden. We really felt special being there and like part of the family.
Sometimes we take for granted the fact of being able to travel, but do we really ask ourselves which is our motivation to go travelling, the real reason for it? We did and we realised that every time that we get to experience a moment, a place, a chat with a local, that we've shared something with a stranger and learned something after that moment, we find the meaning of travelling. Because to travel for us means to share and to learn.
We thank you for all your kindness. For opening the doors of your house and to share your time with us. To translate everything for us in order to know a bit more about your culture and history. But specially we are very thankful to have taught us what being a Kosovar means for you and to share your time with us, that was the biggest present that you could give us. Faleminderit guys and we hope to see you very soon somewhere in the world :)Read more