I've been back in Florida for a week now. My adventure around Europe lasted from March 7th to March 28th, and the whole trip itself ended with KaiserNeko's wedding in Maine. Today's one of the first days I don't feel jetlagged anymore ahahah
The trip was a DREAM. I spent five days by myself in Madrid, and like, the best way I could describe it is, imagine someone with a foot fetish going to the foot museum. That person is surrounded by nothing but feet. Feet as far as the eye can see. Everything you pass is a foot. Well, that's kind of how I felt walking around the streets of Madrid. I thought, "You're hot, you're hot, you were hot 30 years ago, you're hot..." about everyone I passed. I have a problem D8
Switzerland is where I spent the most time -- 10 days. I had fondue about 59038603845046 times and it's literally the most delicious thing I've ever eaten. I never imagined something that smelled THAT bad could be so otherworldly amazing. It was pretty cool to only be a couple-hundred miles away when the Pope was chosen, too!
The last few days were spent in Sweden and Denmark. Denmark was great because I visited Hamlet's castle (I honestly forgot about Hamlet, Prince of Denmark ahahaha) and I did crazy things like jump into the freeZINg ocean because my friend convinced me that's how to live the true culture. Still can't tell if she was lying or not. It was really, really, REALLY cold btw
It's funny, now my blood is too thick to handle the heat at home
It's sort of nice to be back at work but now I know I'll never be happy unless I visit every continent a few times in my life. Next year, I'll hopefully have enough money to visit Eastern Europe -- maybe Russia, Poland or the Czech Republic, and then in 2015, let's aim for Japan
Hooray goal-setting. #salariesarefunyall
I finally got the motivation today to upload horribly-overdue photo collections from past cons.
Sssssoooo what did I miss in the USA in March?