The four videos of Nas Daily on the Country of Eagles are becoming depopulated in Albania and not only, they try to give a smattering of four different themes respectively: the highest number of coffee bars per capita in the world, the reality of sworn virgins, the meaning and importance of the word 'Besa' and the peaceful coexistence between the different religions.
Nuseir Yassin, in art Nas Daily, it's a Arab-Israeli travel blogger which creates and publishes daily one-minute videos on its Facebook page. In the 2014 he holds a degree in economics.
The most other concentration of coffee per capita
I don't drink coffee, but I just arrived in Albania. This small town on the European coast does not produce coffee, but is the country with the highest number of coffee bars per capita in the world.
Here, in every corner where you go there is a bar; 18.000 in total, one every 169 people and none of them is a Starbucks. Each coffee costs less than 50 cents and, at this price, you can offer it to your entire class without going bankrupt.
Albania is a hospitable nation, which has suffered dictatorship and poverty for many years. If the incredible number of cheap, good and hospitable coffee bars is not enough to convince you to visit the country, people will most likely be.
The highest concentration of coffee shops per capita in the world ... and no Starbucks! Welcome to ... This is one of Europe's lesser known countries. But the past few days, I'm hoping to show you the true colors of this place! STAY TUNED! Thank you everyone for coming out on a work day! And thank you Arber from Fundjavë Ndryshe for showing me around! INSTAGRAM: @NASDAILYGROUP: Nas Daily Global
Posted by Nas Daily on Thursday, October 18, 2018
Sworn Virgins, the women of Albania become men
"I'm Diana. They call me 'brother' but I am a burnesha."
Diana is a woman who has become a man. She was born in a remote region of Albania, where women like her had very few rights.
"Women were treated really badly. ”- confirms Diana.
But she wanted to have the same rights as men, so she decided to live like a man: dress like a man, earn like a man, drink like a man, serve for the army and work for the police for 35 years even though it was still a woman.
And men have no choice but to accept it as one of them. Dina is one of the thousands of women who have continued this tradition, that is, of becoming a man only to have full rights from society.
This tradition does not continue today and is a good thing. Because women must not become men in order to enjoy the rights they deserve.
Did You Know? In the Balkans and in the remote regions of Albania, there were many good women who wanted / needed to get the same rights as men. But because they were women, they couldn't. They know they took a life to life like a man and become "The Sworn Virgins". Still physically women, but they completely change their lifestyle and live like men.This is the fascinating story of a few remaing ones in the world. She's charismatic and strong. This tradition is dying out. Women are increasingly getting the rights they deserve. Here, women get their rights. They have a good reminder of Diane's bravery and work to make women and men equal. Incredible. Absolutely incredible. INSTAGRAM: @NasDaily GROUP: Nas Daily Global
Posted by Nas Daily on Friday, October 19, 2018
- I am a burnesha. Travel to Albania of the sworn virgins
- I am a burnesha. Travel to Albania of the sworn virgins
The word 'Besa'
Besa is a word that does not mean much if you are a foreigner, but if you are Albanian it is the most important word. A term that means 'honor your word'.
In Albania, if you say you're about to do something, you do it. If you promise or give your 'Besa' to return the borrowed money, you will do it and honor your word.
Even during the Second World War, when Jews were killed throughout Europe, the Albanians gave their 'Besa' to help and protect the Jews. And no matter how hard it was, they did it!
He was one of the few countries to do this, just ask their president.
"I am the president of Albania. Not even a Jew was handed over to the Nazis, because we are Mother Teresa's nation."- says Ilir Meta, ed
If there is something we can learn from the Albanians it is that if you give your word, you have to keep it, even if it means putting your life at risk.
In Albania, if you give the "B" word ... then you pretty much have to keep your word! I know what is the "B" word? Thank you very much to the President of Albania Ilir Meta for participating in this video! Great meeting you! INSTAGRAM: @NasDailyGROUP: Nas Daily Global
Posted by Nas Daily on Saturday, October 20, 2018
- Besa: The Promise - The house is of God and the guest
- Besa, BBC: What can Albania teach us about hospitality
The peaceful coexistence between the different religions in Albania
This video is about religion, but I swear to God, Allah and Krishna, which is nothing negative. In some countries religion can separate people and create a 'us against them' mentality.
But I am happy to inform you that I have found a country where this does not happen: this is the story of the beautiful nation of Albania.
In this country, four different religions coexist peacefully and do not exaggerate in saying that no one would be able to say who is Muslim, who is Christian or who is of any other religion. Because when he asks people for their religion, their answer is "it doesn't matter".
Here religion does not define people, they are only Albanians who all live together. Always, since I was a child, they taught me that religion is a personal thing between you and your God. Just what happens in Albania, between them and their God.
This will rarely make the news but here is how Albania prays! INSTAGRAM: @NasDailyGROUP: Nas Daily Global
Posted by Nas Daily on Tuesday, October 23, 2018
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