The custodian with an image of the Church on his shirt:
Views of, and from, the Fortress:
Western Casements from 2011 and 2015:
We both managed to scarf down the scrumptious pizza in short order! Amazing to think it, the beer and my bottle of water only cost a few bucks. Not only was the company, food and ambience great but we were also serenaded by the 'wandering minstrels.' These were the two boys who played their hand-held drums and sang for tips as they went from table to table! Seeing tableside 'entertainment' like them was common not only in Prizren but also elsewhere in the southern Balkans.
A not so welcome sight while dining out was the number of beggars who would also go from table to table at all the restaurants and bars. Mostly, they were young women always holding sleeping infants in their arms - we had to double check as the babes almost looked like dolls; other times, it was old men hoping for money in exchange for the pencils or cigarettes they wanted to 'sell.' I was surprised that seemingly none of the restaurants or bars tried to discourage these activities on their premises.