Kosovo: Piece of the Balkan Mosaic

Strolling around Pristina turns out to be quite enjoyable. In the area around our hotel dozens of embassies and international organizations and institutions have their headquarters. Later on we arrive in Prizren, Kosovo’s second largest and most charming city.

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Andalusia Spain

Not even a cloud in sight in any direction. A dazzling light wraps up everything. It’s 3 pm and there it is 35° C. It could be worse. I am in Granada, south Spain, with my friend Lorenzo. We wait for the midday heat to pass before venturing to the city center.

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Cappadocia Turkey

The sun is still rising above the horizon when the hot-air balloon begins to gain altitude. As we do so the moonscape of Cappadocia, Tukey begins to take shape: a wide stark plain crossed by valleys and rock formations so bizarre they resemble some of Salvador Dalí’s famous paintings in which objects bend, melt and blend together challenging the rules of nature.

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Living the Myth in Crete

Culturally, Crete drifts a bit away from motherland Greece insofar as it features a distinct history, tradition, music, food and even language. In particular, Venetian and Turkish elements are quite evident in many aspects of Cretan culture.

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