I remember walking behind a Syrian man with his young baby daughter flung across his back. She stared at me with quiet exhaustion. I had never seen a baby look so utterly exhausted and confused. I thought for a while about how much lay ahead for her and what her future in Europe would be. I felt painfully aware throughout the entirety of the trip that at the end of the day if we got in trouble with authorities we had our European passports enabling us right of entry into any border and had the certainty of a safe and warm room. This right we had acquired simply through being born within an European country, for others to achieve this they had to go through all the ordeals we were witnessing and more.