Days 13/15

Europe via Bus

This was about a week ago now so my recollection of these two days may be a bit foggy.

On the day after the castle I went to Kerepsi Cemetery. It is a huge, oppressive place filled with both huge monumental mussuleums and tiny little graves, graves with huge statues and graves which are do faded you can’t even read who was buried there, and graves dating from the 1700s to 2013. There were meant to be graves from the 1600s onwards but I really could not find them.

It was interesting but to tell the truth the place started to give me an existential crisis and then I managed to get lost and it was getting dark so there was a fairly real moment when I thought I might actually be stuck with the ghosts all night, but I eventually followed some living (I think) people to safety.
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