What a time we’ve had.
Our beloved queen – Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – died.
Millions of people watched the Funeral and Lying-in-State.
Thousands queued to pay their last respects.
Including David Beckham!
Like everyone else.
I shed tears.
But by god, it made me so proud to be British!
So what now?
Well, as some of you might know, I went to France, England, Spain, and Poland, and spent most of the summer either trying to find a way to get to England or running through Germany with the €9-Euro-Ticket.
And what an amazing time that was!
I need far more words than I should write, so for now, I’ll just leave you with a picture or two.
See you soon!
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