More or less in order of appearance. You see, thing is - to those of my followers who don’t have me as a friend on facebook - for the past two months I’ve been traveling around Europe by my 19-year-old self. I will write more on that later, because it’s been an amazing trip, and what kind of blogger would I be, if I didn’t at least write a thing or two about the trip?
For now, though, I’m gonna leave you with this. My trip has been amazing, I’ve learned stuff about myself, about other people, other countries and even a lot about my own country. I feel like I’ve grown at least a bit within the past two months, but I owe it all to all the wonderful people I’ve met along the way. Because traveling alone, you’re never really alone. You always have people around you. So I want to thank every person whose path I’ve crossed in the past two months.
So, thank you, Hannes, Sari, Andrew, Samal, Daniel, Gyða, Adam, Robert, the Canadian guy whose name I will never be able to spell, the Italian guy and his friend, Grace, Gabriel, Marco, the bachelor who celebrated his bachelor party in Edinburgh, all his friends, Martin, Lena, the old man in Glasgow who ran with me, so I could catch my bus, Basel, Max, Madeline, (if that’s even how it’s spelled) Sylvain, Laurane and her parents, Nikko, Daisy, Thomas, that guy whose name I can’t spell, Willem, the other Martin, the entire staff of the Flying Pig Beach Hostel, the other Daniel and lastly, Aron, if that’s even how it’s spelled. I don’t know.
Most likely, I’ve even managed to forget someone who deserves a mention, sorry about that. There are many others, people I’ve met in the passing, people who have impressed me briefly, and some people deserve way more than just a mention here. But for now, this is all I have to say. I’ll have more, but for now - thank you, all of you, for making sure that I never felt alone, not once, in these past two months, while I was off on my own to see the world. Thank you for taking me into your homes, some of you, thank you for taking time out of your lives to show a kid from Denmark around, to make him feel welcomed. Thank you for teaching me, thank you for making me feel connected to the world. Thank you all.