- Meeting strangers (or to Mr. Kunz, future friends) everywhere!
- Eating so many different kinds of meat. There is one dish where they roll cheese up in ham, then they put it in chicken, then they fry it.
- Exploring Budapest on my own by just hopping on the Metro, going to the end of the line, and then following the pretty buildings.
Me exploring Budapest
- People being excited to share their local history with you. In Sárszentlőrinc they took us to a tree where a famous Hungarian writer got his inspiration, and to an old shotgun shell factory. In Budapest, they pointed out the old medieval city wall, the arrows on buildings that mark old bomb shelters, and much more.
Reading at the famous tree
- Getting to practice my navigating skills in foreign languages in villages, towns, and cities.
- You can buy wine in 2 liter bottles (which I haven't bought, but I know Mr. Kunz would enjoy).
- Playing games and games of Hearts (a card game) with my fellow YAGMs, and one time winning a game by shooting the moon on the last hand (I was going to lose, and we thought someone else took a point, so I just took the rest for fun, and ended up shooting the moon).
- Hiking up to the top of the hill in Révfülöp to watch the sunrise.
- Did I mention the food? Soup everyday, lots of meat, vegetables are mostly served cooked, and the fruit in season is so delicious! I had the most delicious plum the other day!
- Okay, one more thing about food; there is ice cream on every corner it feels like, and it is also so good!
- Impromptu singing with the Roma college students literally all the time. My. Dad. Would. LOVE! THIS!!!!
- Lastly, what I think you would love the most is sharing in communion and community with a whole new group of people, and getting to experience and share God's grace with our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ.