1. Interesting and revealing to see the marked differences between the two parts of Kosovo, the one where the Albans live, and the other were the Serbs
2. Though Mitrovica is ugly but at least not dangerous
3. Both the Albanians and the Serbs were hospitable to us when it cleared up that we are tourists, they were flexible in helping us, and that selflessly
4.The inner core of Pristina is developing visible fast.
5. The passport control in the airport was surprisingly smooth and fast
6. Kosovo has spectacular mountains and gorges
7. Worth to visit these two smaller cities: Prizren and Peja, where the Oriental character of the architecture is preserved, not globalized as Pristina
8. The Ottoman monuments are well-restored, financed by Turkey
9. The capital city, Pristina is very modern (high-rise buildings, shopping malls), everything totally Westernized, including the way people dress, some hot girls
1. Erratic water supply and heating defects in our hotel
2.Excessive pledging of the allegiance to the West, the US, and European Union - a statue of Bill Clinton, avenues named after Bush and Clinton, European Union flags (Kosovo is not its member), etc.
3. The level of hatred between the Albanians and the Serbs - when will that be over?
4. The systematic destruction of the Serbian cultural and sacral heritage is a disgusting shame (and I am not telling that from a pro-Serbian stand)
5. A lot of half-ruined buildings right next to brand new ones
6. Some combative beggars
7. Some Kosovaran children got the first names like Bill Clinton, Tony Blair
8. The Bill Clinton statue has absurd long arms (had a long arm to help Kosovo to exist)
9. Some locals used various tricks to squeeze money out of us, and that made us upset after a while
10. Permanent, stressful pressure to bargain for almost everything
11. Food is better on the Serbian side, simply because the Serbian cuisine is superior