End of the first part - to be continued

My way through Europe has just ended. Short statistics - for 23 days I covered the distance of about 4500 km through 8 countries. I was taken for a drive 36 times, I had 2 meetings with policemen, one night in a sleeping bag in a Serbian field, one night in truck’s cabin and one night in truck’s refrigerator. It’s clear for me that I walked far too fast to get some valuable impressions of the places I went through. But actually the essential aim of this part of the journey was to prepare for the real adventure, not to acquaint with Europe.

I want to express my great gratitude to all the people who helped me on the road - to Stanimir’s group, who took me from the petrol station in Serbia, to Gabi and Claudia, my cousin and her husband, to Miroslava, to Carine from Mulhouse, to Lucho and Evlin, to Joro, to Veselina and Carlos, to Katerina and Stanimir, to the bulgarian drivers at the petrol station in Mulhouse, to the drivers from the Villy Betz’s parking lot, to Old Icho, Dobrin, Tsenka and last but not least to all the other drivers on my road.

Thank you so much!

Thank you, people, who helped me morally and financially and also these who keep track of my journey.

And here comes the real journey, which will be long, difficult and full of interesting stuff. Tonight a plane will take me to Buenos Aires in Argentina, from where I’ll try to make a full circle in South America for about 7 or 8 months. The rough route will be - getting to fin del mondo through Argentinian territory, going up along the Andes through Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Columbia, Venezuela and then through Brazil to Argentina. From now on it will be harder to keep the site updated with tales and photos, I suppose, but despite all I will do my best to update it as soon as possible.

That’s all… I don’t find what else to say but to wish myself good luck in the distant continent.

Thank you all again! :)

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