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Who in the world am I?

... asking the same question as Lewis Carol's Alice, we chose to follow her example and escape into the world of Wonderland to find out... we weren't sure where to begin to look for it, but soon enough we found out that the best place to start is home...

... people kept saying "You are mad to go on your own to the woods", but replying just "all the best people are", we dived heads forward to one of the best adventures of our lives....

We had learnt many things along the way... such as making a home wherever we happened to be when the sun went down...

... and being able to make miracles despite the lack of time and people assuring us that we couldn't make it... 

“If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is because everything would be what it isn't." Such as a bus stop in the middle of nowhere, having the most magnificent purpose - none at all. Just to make us laugh and rest after a day in Wonderland...

Instead of Cheshire Cat and the Red Queen, our companions were fear, hunger, and determination to get ... where? We didn't much care where ... as long as we got somewhere...

...which turned out to be quite a challenge when the tourist signs disappeared and reappeared at random... more than once, we were lost forever (although "sometimes, it was just one second")...

We made new friends...

... and visited magical places...

...we were walking and laughing and talking and falling into despair (sometimes), eventually finding out that believing in as many as six impossible things before breakfast isn't anything unusual...

We proved that nothing's impossible, just "impassible" and we had changed a few times somewhere along those 100 kilometres .... in the end, we accepted the non-existent rules of Wonderland... and brought a piece of it back home.