Yesterday, I received a text message from one of my best friends:
This is great, Ryan. This trip is so wonderful, best day ever dude! Wow!
Well, I guess he's having fun right now while I'm sitting at my desk, working... I was curious to know more about his trip (offered by his parents, the dude's been gone for 3 months now), and of course what countries or cities he had visited. This was his answer:
You may think that travelling is easy
But I had to make it through security
Not one nor two, but eighteen times!
I tell you, it's you who'll get the primes...
Forget it, most important thing is to get some sleep
Or else it would have felt like wasting my youth!
Don't focus on the rhymes, they're not so deep,
Concentrate on the list you'll find, here lies the truth.
Can you help me find out what these lines mean, and where my friend has been this whole time?
The steganography tag is for the first text message. The riddle is here to help you find out what the message hides.
Apparently, my friend hid the countries/cities he visited in the first text message only! How can it be?