Kuto was in Azerbaijan, and he was having the time of his life. He had been there for a few weeks, and he had already seen so many amazing things. He had climbed mountains, explored forests, and even visited some ancient ruins. But the best part of all was the people he met. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming, and Kuto felt like he belonged there.
But one day, everything changed. Kuto was out cycling with some friends when they were suddenly attacked by a group of men armed with knives and guns. Kuto’s friends were killed outright, but Kuto himself only narrowly escaped with his life. The attack left him shaken and traumatized, and he quickly realized that Azerbaijan was no longer safe for him.
He packed up his things and left as soon as possible, not even saying goodbye to anyone. It was a hard decision to make, but he knew it was necessary if he wanted to stay alive.
Kuto eventually made it back to his home country safely, but the experience left him changed forever. He now lives in fear that something like that will happen again someday – although he knows deep down that it’s unlikely.”