I’m writing this from the Charles De Gaulle airport in Paris. I’m just two hours away from boarding a plane to Johannesburg, South Africa.
I really enjoyed Europe, and it was hard saying farewell to all the people I met on my tour. But, rather than say “goodbye,” I preferred to say “until I see you again.” Because I’m sure we’ll all meet again someday.
Now, you may be wondering: “What the hell happened to the rest of Europe? Didn’t you have other places you were going to write about?”
Yeah, I might have left a few places out of my travel log so far. But how important is Western Europe, really?
Well, as it turns out, keeping up a blog takes a lot of time. Something you don’t always have if you’re on a whirlwind tour through Europe. So, sorry about not keeping up with my blog.
But don’t worry! I fully plan to keep writing this blog and write entries for each city I visited in Europe (the remaining ones being Ljubljana, Venice, Rome, Florence, Switzerland, and Paris).
I’ll try and get some entries done in the airport today, so look forward to that! Next, I’ll have up my post on Budapest!
So, until then, don’t think of it as “goodbye,” think of it as “until I see you again.”