Milano (another part of it)

Milan was also very colorful and lively.

More than that, it was one of the luckiest four days I have ever had: each time I was in a strange, relatively precarious situation, a big fat solution would lay itself before me and scream, “I AM HERE FOR YOU! DON’T WOOORRRRYYYY!” From meeting in unknown places at unknown times in unknown circumstances, to meeting very familiar faces in highly unexpected locations, to re-arranging the matrices of time and space to make it to the train station 5minutes before the last bus left when the map suggested I’d be 10min late!

The color of luck is Milan.

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