Do you know that amazing feeling when you arrive at an airport and all you see is people who are clearly AEGEE members? It’s something that is very likely to happen in the 24 hours before an Agora starts. What’s less likely is that this happens at the wrong airport. This morning a very strange version of this feeling happened at Budapest Airport. It was when people found out that they booked a flight to the wrong city.

Nastya, just arriving on a flight from Odessa was shocked: “Omg, how can I have mixed this up? My Visa isn’t even supposed to work here. I took so much care in everything, including booking a bus to the Gym location. I did wonder why it was taking over 11 hours, but guessed it was just very busy with Budapest traffic.”

Miška from Lubljana came from the arrivals hall in a very cheerful mood, and hearing the news that she went to the wrong city couldn’t bring her down: “Oh, strange. But hey, now that I’m here, why don’t we just organize a Dark Agora for 5 days?”

Gabriella from AEGEE-Budapest told our reporter they would gladly host people, but are unable to do so because they are all in Bucharest.

Published by Anna Pamplona

Anna Pamplona is the founder and Chief-in-Editor of the Silver Times, and has written many investigative articles. She received the Golden Silver Times-award for her article about unraveling the real location of the CD house in Bielefeld.