This is a post of greetings and thanks, maybe long but I need to write it.
First, I’m very grateful to @David and Annie for having chosen me as the initial guide for their tour in Italy. I did all the best I could to organize it, so they could enjoy their journey at the best.
We spent three whole days, together with my friends. That time spent together will be unforgettable. Printed forever in my heart and mind.
We talked about many topics, from games to politics, from education to history. It has been funny, interesting, fascinating!
Despite my not so good spoken English, we were able to communicate, in a way or another. By gestures or even in little Italian (Annie was really good at it!). The tone our voices helped a lot!
Then, I want to thank @Festarossa, he joined us and stayed with us a few days, he’s a super pleasant guy, and of good company. Hope to meet you again!
Subsequently, I want to thank all the people who took care of David and Annie from where I left them (Cervignano del Friuli) to all the cities across our peninsula, from the guys who offered a passage by car, directed to Florence and stopping by Padova, to the people who accompanied them in Naples and Pompeii, real friends, guides, respectable guys: @LostTrainDude, his brother, @Gffp
And thanks to all the people who came to say hello to David and Annie, Italians or not. It’s not a matter of nationality, but a matter of heart, love, appreciation, respect. That’s matters.
Tonight, it’s the last night that David and Annie have the same timezone as mine
I miss them already, but I’m not sad: in addition to the realization of my personal dream to meet the creator of Zak McKracken And The Alien Mindbenders, I’ve discovered two kind persons, “over the top”, rare and precious.
Thank you for your existence!