Euro Trip Part 2: Eastern Europe

So that was the first time, I traveled solo. In the beginning, I was wondering what I am gonna do without friend, or how I will navigate. What if I miss flight, train? What’s gonna happen, who will be around to help me. I decided to give it a try anyway, and it turned out to be experience of my life.

13 days, 5 countries, 7 cities, 2 flights, 5 buses, 1 long train, 500+ Kms of cycling. I chased the sun from one country to another and succeed almost every time. I saw confluence of rivers and then saw sun set into them. I saw blossoming flowers, I gazed stars, I saw cemeteries. I saw high-rise buildings and I saw ruins, I stayed in expensive apartments and I stayed in cheap shady hostels. I ate and drank foods and drink of those countries. I met the most wonderful people who exist on Earth.

If you haven’t done solo traveling, you’re missing an experience of life, I highly encourage you to do so. I found solo traveling to be just like long distance running, you’re the only person that could keep you from going further.

I decided to maintain day by day travelogue this time and here is the index,

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