Travel And Experience

The Most Exhausting Trip Of My Life

A Traveling Adventure

Life is full of people and experiences. Some of them last for mere seconds, and some, you will never forget. This specific trip turned out to be one of the more interesting ones. It sure taught me a couple of things, but above all, that patience is nice to have as an attribute.

Ten, eleven years ago, I visited my father in the United States. After a holiday that was full of new experiences, it was time to return home. I would travel alone, just as…

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