Europe : 300 kms on foot (Budapest,Vienna,Prague)

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19th Oct 2017
Photo of Europe : 300 kms on foot (Budapest,Vienna,Prague) by Niteesh Jangid
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It was an impulsive decision. I have always been fascinated by this idea of going to a foreign land, alone, sit in a small cafe, sip my coffee, look out the window and scribble down all the thoughts on paper. I did that today. One thing off the list.

Being alone in a sea of people and be whoever you want to be, a different person altogether may be is a very cliched romanticised idea but damn it feels liberating.

Europe was cold as hell when I reached and as the next morning came, it changed into a warm hug. The quest for vegetarian food, meeting people from different countries and making them understand what your tattoos mean in a completely different language, walking in the most beautiful lanes with The Lumineers playing in my ears and pressing the shutter at every 10 steps. It was a day I’d remember for the rest of my life.

I walked almost 300 kms on this trip. The best way to experience the city and click pictures, finding precise frames and sometimes waiting at a spot for almost an hour to get the perfect shot.

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