Ready for adventure
Today I left the office. Left my car at the car park, switched off my phone and walked to the train. I walked in at the tailor who occasionally altered the second hand jackets I bought at the local thrift store. This Afghan man who had lived in Iran for years gave me a comforting big smile and some encouraging words I was going to have a good time.
I showed him a picture of the djellaba like cloth my mother sewed for my girlfriend for wearing in Iran. He gave his seal of approval for chastity and craftsmanship. W shouk hands. and I took the train to Amsterdam to go home. Tomorrow I will take another train. To Poland. To start the biggest trip in my life so far. Travel along at www.energyborders.nl.