Yo yo yo my people! It seems Sweden has breathed new life into me! Berlin was beautiful, very interesting vibes in that city. I made friends with several Aussies, Vanessa in particular, go figure.
Well, I got on the overnight train, hung out with Natalia from Minsk, and got to Malmö. Who knew, what a beautiful city. I walked around for about 3 hours with my bag in a locker, and I had a blast. Beautiful buildings, parks, rivers, people, you name it, everything about the place was beautiful. I also started The Hobbit, yet again, in a cemetery. Beautiful cemetery.
I got on the train and here I am in Göteborg, of which I have no impression because I do not really want to leave the station in case I get lost or miss my train to Oslo. I am getting in tonight at about 2045 or so... I am so excited, I do not know what happened. Forget being tired of moving around, I am alive again, crazy!
8 days in Oslo and off to Israel, back to the motherland. I called some of my friends the other day, Shahr, Dina, Barak. Though Barak did not pick up, the other two did and we had LOVELY conversations. Dina was mid-sleep, which was interesting.
So tonight I will be with Seth and Max, it is amazing to think that I will be with people I have known before the summer again. Seeing people from home gives me interesting memories and old emotions, like when I was with Emily. I wonder what it will be like to see Seth? Either way, I am excited beyond explanation, but I will try so that I do not sound like J.K. Rowling by describing things as "undescribable" and such. I am excited like a pedaphile at a playground! That is such a good phrase, taught to me by none other than my wonderful Belfast amigos.
Oh, good simile I came up with the other day. Berlin is like Vegemite. Spread thin over a large surface, but so rich in every bite. It is very spread out, no actual center to be found, yet the whole experience is special and gives you so much.
Well, people, I near the end. Only Oslo and my week in Israel left, and back home it is. I can't believe it, I am sort of nervous for the culture shock of going back home. What are you like again?