I said good by to my Cheggie and my other friends in Italy and went back up up through Europe again.
I skipped Austria, had a lukewarm beer in Germany, then I ended up in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The further north you go the more expensive it gets.
More expensive means savings running out faster, which means that my travels would come to an end faster.
While I was walking around I met a Chinese traveler. We started chatting and he told me he was a photographer.
We were both not very familiar with Copenhagen, so for maybe 2 hours we discussed what we knew about the city.
He took a picture of me and then he continued on his journey.
Just so you don't make the same mistake as me, there is a very famous
statue of The Little Mermaid by H.C. Andersen in Copenhagen.
This is not that statue...
I never got a chance to see the real one, haha.
"You want to go with me to Norway?" I started asking around. Nationality didn't matter, gender kind of did though.
Sometimes I had a slight problem speaking my mind with women. I guess I was shy.
Well, if it would be as easy as talking to Cheggie, then it didn't matter.
Why's that I wonder. Maybe age, maybe tension...
Or maybe they way of traveling was different.
The photographer's traveling style differed quite a lot from mine, I was more of a hippie back then.
Eventually, I said good bye to the photographer and continued to Sweden.
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