Somehow this list is even more ridiculous than the last. Cheers!
Been mistaken for just about every European nationality in airports all over the world. Picture a series of interactions with airport staff struggling to choose which language to address me in
Taken several precarious taxi rides with drivers that seemed incapable of finding the destination due to the surplus of u-turns and mountain roads involved. Imagine a structure similar to the movie ‘10’
Watched in awe as a man, dressed to the nines (which in bosnia means a grey suit and fading tie), explains with fervor the proper way to make a Bosnian coffee
Witnessed one of eastern europe's key revolutionaries tear up while talking about his son
Ate at an Asian themed restaurant in Sarajevo that doesn't have menus only for the evening to turn into its own special version of chopped
Ridden in a hot air balloon over Lithuania with three spaniards and rushed to land before crossing the border into Belarus
Spent the night in the world's least secure hostel. Exposition shot of lobby full of weary travelers stalking power outlets
Experienced 24 hours in Helsinki, Finland
Accepted an invitation for a day-trip to a friend’s hometown to find that a whirlwind of a lifetime can, indeed, fit into the span of twelve hours
Grown up in a country where the poorly-enforced legal drinking age is 21. Imagine a parallel between growing up in America and a European country told by scenes across various milestones throughout life.
Attended a show alone in a new city and left feeling more at home than I do in my real home
Paris hostel. This is all the description I am prepared to provide.
Worked as the only American and woman in an office filled with Scottish men
Attended the birthday dinner of an American friend living in Germany as the only non-German speaker