Towards the end of exchange I started spending a ridiculous amount of time with Victor. At one point I think I spent a whole week in a row with him and somehow wasn’t tired of his company.
I’ve been getting drunk and sending him text messages about how much I miss him, but really, who am I kidding? I do that when I’m sober as well. I really do miss him.
It took us maybe ten minutes to convince Megan to stay a few extra days and delay her flight home. It was probably closer to five, but it took us even less time to decide to hire a car and drive to Vienna to see the Dominiks in their natural habitat over that same weekend.
I guess that was our last backseat car wine time. Megan is a treasure.
I hadn’t taken that many photos at the beginning of the year when I first met this group of people, so I guess I felt the need to take as many as I could towards the end of their stay in Zurich (and afterwards). We stayed over at Niki’s place the first night, and then Dom’s because he was closer to the city centre.
Vienna is lovely.
Poor Javi got so tired of me recording his face all the time, but all that footage warms my heart so it was worth it.
We were only there for about a day and a half if you didn’t count all the driving hours, but it was so lovely that I went back before I left. And I’ll be there again in less than 3 months, so there’s that.
One of the most beautiful memories I have of this summer is all the times we’ve just stopped in the middle of a car trip to look at something we saw while we were driving between places. I’ve forgotten now where these next few photos were taken, but the lake was incredible and I have some terrifically vivid memories of being there.
God. I don’t think, for the life of me, that I could possibly forget this dazzling summer. The vlog is equally heartbreaking.
I have a very full day tomorrow but here I am, 1am and typing into the computer on a personal project. I just can’t help myself, can I?
Last night I found out that Life of Pablo is now on Spotify so I haven’t stopped listening to it since. Thank you internet. I’ve also been slowly making my way through a Youtube playlist called Web Junk which is probably one of my best decisions in life.
I dare you to not like I Love Kanye by Kanye West,