– I've loved being here, I've loved working here. I've hugely appreciated the chance to get to know Hungary, to learn the language, to get to know people. I've enjoyed Hungarian hospitality and friendship and the Hungarian way of life. I'll miss Hungary, but I know that it's very much a case of Viszontlátásra (see you again), not goodbye. The last six months have been difficult. The worst moment of the four and a half years was the death of my deputy, Steven Dick at the end of March from coronavirus. That had a huge impact not just on me personally, but also on my team in the embassy, the British community, and the outpouring of grief and sympathy from the Hungarian community was just huge. Probably my proudest moment was leading the March of the Living last year, with 10 to 15,000 people commemorating Jane Haining, the Scottish holocaust hero. Another highlight was being asked by the Brisith Maccabi team to lead their team into the stadium and to hold the flag at last year's Maccabi Games. Similarly getting the opportunity to perform at the Palace of Arts (Müpa) with the Danubia Orchestra Óbuda, reading in Hungarian the lyrics of Benjamin Britten's The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra. And even just recently getting a short chance to go on stage during the Puskás musical. Seeing Scotland win against Hungary, I'm sorry to say, in the friendly match a couple of years ago was also great.