Hello, everyone! I hope you have enjoyed reading all the posts from your Junior WorldTrek Reporter.
I just counted them, and I have written 67 posts with more to come!. One of my goals is to become a published writer/journalist, so this has been a really great experience for me.
My parents told me that I AM officially published now, on the largest public domain in the world, the internet! 🙂
So now I have been encouraged by many people to keep writing, so I think I will write a couple more blogs about the RTW trip and then maybe continue writing about other things that are important to me. How does that sound, everyone?!
Here’s what I want to share about the last days in Budapest. We enjoyed as much as we could when we were hungry in Hungary — let’s see what I mean:
We went back to Sir Lancelot’s after our friends, Andy & Ara returned to Switzerland.
Remember the fountains to music?
These were the misters that came on every 30 minutes at the Parliament to help cool everyone down – and take great photos!
The second longest river in Europe, the Danube, and of course the beautiful Parliament building.
World famous salami, from Szeged! We brought some home, and Mommy G brought some back to Andy & Ara in Zurich.
It is also home to world-famous paprika – The Hungarians love paprika on many things — and so did we!
Look at these pictures of the paprika that we found in our cabinet after we got home!
And this is the one that we brought home from Hungary.
The last night of our trip we went and had some paprika chicken, and went on the night boat cruise on the Danube.
It was a relaxing way to enjoy the end of our European Expedition, and our RTW (round the world) adventure!
OMGoodness look at our route in Europe, the last continent we visited before heading home!
Mama K and I left and flew through Stockholm.
Of course, we had to enjoy some fresh seafood from Sweden.
And Mommy G is staying for 5 more weeks to continue touring Europe, to include a little more time in Budapest, then Croatia, and more…..
I am sad in many ways that our trip is coming to an end. But I am SO excited to start 5th grade, and see my friends, and tryout for the school sports and theater productions when I get home!
I will write again soon to share my reflections and more about our wonderful and exciting journey, so….
Stay tuned for more posts from your Junior WorldTrek Reporter.
Keep Calm and Travel Around the World!