An exceptional young Hungarian man, Dávid Nagy, is planning to walk and hike across the United States with a remarkable mission, Hungaran embassy said.
Dávid Nagy had been cured with asthma at the Heim Pál Children’s Hospital in Budapest, Hungary when he was little. With his journey, he would like to donate back to the hospital, which helped him recover from his illness. Moreover, he would like inspire others, proving that nothing is impossible, or as he puts it: “the world is too big for small dreams”.
Dávid Nagy will start his 3.190 miles (5.100 km) long charity walk and hike at the One World Trade Center in New York City on Sunday, May 13, and finish it in Los Angeles, CA on Friday, September 21.
During his six-month trip, David will walk across 11 states and about 80 cities and towns, including Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver and Las Vegas.
Dávid’s introduction letter:
My name is Dávid Nagy. I am 25 years old. I like travelling. I have already been to 25 countries, including Canada and the USA, too. During my trips I like getting to know new people, getting into new challenges. Without these what would be the stories for our grandkids. When I was 18 years old, I decided to begin my life and I moved to the Netherlands, everything started there. Last time I lived in Canada and I got the idea on my mind, let’s go home! In December, 2016 I got home and since that I’ve been working in the media and I really feel I am on the very good way.
In Canada I had the opportunity to hike a lot. I got lots of impressions during my trips, hikings.
I read some posts, comments that some peopIe walked across the United States of America.
After reading these comments I searched more on this and decided that I also want to do, accompolish this trip. It is going to be a very challenging trip.
It will teach me for a lot of things but I belive in that with this trip I can help others and can be a motivation for others. In case you belive in yourself enough, you can do everything.
I am ready for this trip.
Find out more and support David’s journey on his website: https://eldavido.webnode.hu/.