A Tourist, He Thought
by Bogdan Rusev
The tourist does not have a name. He does not have luggage. He does not have conversations, at least when he can help it. If anyone asks, he has a whole range of explanations about why he is travelling alone, ranging from the mundane to the macabre. No one ever asks. Slowly revealing the conflicts, this is a story about loneliness and what it does to people.