The journey was not only physically complex, but also emotionally heavy.
Romeo Cox and his father Phil went on a 93-day trip from Palermo to London to visit Romeo’s grandmother, Rosemary.
The journey brought them to Italy, Switzerland and France on foot and was filled with many incredible impressions, but was also accompanied by a fair amount of dangers.
Along the way, they had to fight off a pack of stray dogs in Rome and tame wild donkeys in England.
The journey was not easy, since they had to spend the night in a variety of places, such as churches, hostels, campsites, and even on the floors of foreign houses.
But they were lucky enough to meet a lot of good people along the way, who offered them hot food and a place to relax.
Finally, on September 21, Romeo and Phil completed their way on foot and arrived on Trafalgar Square.
After 14-day quarantine, Romeo finally met with his grandmother.
Upon returning home to Sautboro Road, the neighbors met their family loud applause.
A group of local residents joined Romeo and his father Phil when they walked from Trafalgar Square to the Rosemary house.
After that, a small meeting was organized with a cake and champagne, on which Romeo told the exciting story of his journey.
The journey was a test of strength and determination to Romeo and his father and brought them closer to Rosemary and society.