Still on flight to Rome. Watched the documentary “He Named Me Malala”. Powerful story about not only Malala, but her amazing, heroic father, both whom spoke out against the Taliban.
0912: Landed in Rome
0921: cleared immigration and customs
0935: checked the two big bags with supplies in to luggage storage at airport. No sense in schlepping them around.
0950: on bus headed to main Termini in Rome.
Rome Airport = most efficient international airport I’ve been through!
Napped from 1-3 and then a walk about town.
Dinner next door to hostel. They had gluten free pasta!! So I had carbonara sauce. Oh my, so good!
As I was leaving restaurant I met Sarah and her son Sam. Brits living in Turkey. Literally on the coast just opposite to where I am going in Lesvos. There are no coincidences.
A lovely chat with my new friend Rita from Lithuania. She’s on a short holiday to Rome. I am always amazed at how much Europeans know about our U.S. Politics, probably more than a lot of our young folks know. Both Sarah and Rita are concerned about the negative impact Donald Trump would have on our world if he were to become president. I concur.
In bed and sound asleep by 10 pm. I awoke at 435 and ended up in a WhatsApp chat with Aisha, back to sleep around 6 and slept until 930. More tomorrow!
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You never cease to amaze me.
Doing what I love, helping others.