I'm back home
It's a little sad, I really miss being on the road, but it's also quite nice to just relax and hang out with friends.
And no, I didn't have any other really creepy experiences on the rest of the trip. Or maybe I just got used to it? There has of course been some yelling and stuff, but it's impossible to avoid that.
When it comes to security, I haven't had any problems at all. I have just had my purse in my handback, and I haven't had anything stolen. When I have stayed in hostels I haven't always had it locked aside, only at the places where they actually had closets for free, and I haven't had any problems there either. But maybe I've just been lucky?
I've only been sleeping at hostels and nighttrains, thought it would be too stupid dragging a tent along, and I was very glad I didn't. It is possible to find cheap hostels, a tent is quite heavy, and usually the campinggrounds is outside of the cities.
But it's really weird being home again. I wake up in the middle of the night trying to remember in which city I am and why I don't know, before I come to think of that I'm home. Strange!
But some of the other experiences on my trip:
Walking in the alps. It was so, very beautiful. I was walking in the area of Lauterbrunnen and Gimmelwald. The view is breathtaking, and there is so meny amazing waterfalls in the area, the air is clean and... yeah, it's great!
Hospital!... Yeah, I accidentally had a panicattack in a train when it was holding in a long, narrow, dark tunnel. Couldn't breathe and stuff, so they called an ambulance and I stayed at the hospital for the night. Very unpleasant experience since no one really spoke english, so I had no idea really what was going on, and they gave me some injections and stuff, and I didn't have a clue of what. So don't do that if you can ovoid it
Then I saw the leaning tower in Pisa and was in Lucca and Firenze before it got really interesting in Rome. It's really fantastic how meny things there is to see and experience, and I met some really sweet english siblings who I was playing with.
Besides, all museums and stuff was free for me because I'm under 18! It was really nice since it's otherwise quite expensive.
After Rome I had a day in Venice, but there was just way too meny tourist, so I didn't stay more than a couple of hours.
Instead i went to Wien
where I saw an art museum mainly with a guy called hundertwasser who doesn't like straight lines, so the floor and the ceilings are all bended. Quite funny. And, of course, I had a kaffenhaus-crawl, an entire, rainy day just hanging around on coffee houses.
From Wien I headed to Bratislava
, last stop before I had to go home. Let's just say, I was quite dead during the day. I met some really party people, so we were just having a great time. Besides, alcohol is so cheap down there. I dragged 6 bottles of vodka with me home. Nice!
I'm allready thinking about doing another trip. Would be really cool doing it all over again, and there was so much I didn't get done. A month is not long...