If you count Kosovo as a country or not depends on your political opinion, but when Icamw here it felt very much so.
The people speak another language than they do in Serbia, they have another currency, they have their own license plates, passports, police, government and so on. Its young and almost free and also a bit wild.
We flew in on a saturday afternoon having spent the friday night out in Malmø, Sweden. Having seen the tourist sights in about an hour we headed straight out to enjoy some delicious cheap food and have some sunset beers in the street cafés.
This building was rated one of the Worlds Ugliest
Time went by fast chatting with other travelers we had met in the hostel and soon we found ourselves dancing in Hamam Jazz bar where there was a house music festival going on with live djs. We went from there to BASStore where we danced the night away before heading to Macedonia the next morning.