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Friday, October 9th 2020, 2:56am

Die erstaunliche Reise von Romeo Cox - 2800 km von Palermo nach London

Die erstaunliche Reise von Romeo Cox



Romeo's Big Journey Home

I’m walking 2800km to support refugees my age for REFUGEE EDUCATION ACROSS CONFLICTS TRUST because we should all get an equal chance to study & live!


Junge, 11, läuft 1.700 Meilen in 93 Tagen, damit er seiner Oma die "beste Umarmung aller Zeiten" geben kann

Romeo Cox vermisste seine Oma so sehr, dass er von seinem Haus in Sizilien aus reiste, um sie in Großbritannien
zu besuchen, und zwar über Italien, die Schweiz und Frankreich, da die Abriegelung bedeutet, dass die Jets am
Boden bleiben.…-miles-22796878


An 11-year-old boy spent more than three months trekking 1,700 miles from Sicily to London just so he could give his granny a hug during lockdown.

Romeo Cox and dad Phil, 46, fought off vicious wild dogs, tamed a feral donkey and slept under the stars during their epic adventure.

The pair set off from the Italian island’s capital Palermo on June 20 and spent the next 93 days walking through Italy, Switzerland, France and finally the UK ‘just to see granny’.

With sore feet and a book full of stories, they finally made it to Trafalgar Square on September 21. They are now isolating before they can be reunited with 77-year-old grandma Rosemary.…ranny-13354090/

Romeo's BBC interview - PM show at 5pm 21st september 2020
Romeo Cox: 10-Year-Old Walks 3 Months Amid Lockdown To Hug Grandmother

Bold move! 11 y/o boy walks 2,800 km from Palermo to London to see his grandmother

Wir verlangen, das Leben müsse einen Sinn haben,
aber es hat nur genau so viel Sinn wie wir ihm geben.
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