The Tuesday I left for Jerusalem (the 27th) and the Wednesday I arrived (28th). Wooooooooooah, man. This IS unreal. I knew it would be unreal, but I was kinda also thinking that—since I was expecting that—that I wouldn't be SO SO SO SO surprised. I was wrong. This place is amazing. It is going to be the experience of a LIFETIME. The members are awesome, the teachers are way cool, I already am getting to know the staff well, and my roommates seem to be pretty chill. The flights over here, though, were KILLER. I have NEVER had such bad jet lag in my LIFE. It is manic. Because of a delay in the Chicago to Washington DC (DULLUS) flight, we were cutting it SO close to our flight to Vienna. We made it on 5 minutes before departure (we got off the plane 27 minutes before, but it was a huge airport AND we had to catch a shuttle and THEN we had to catch a tram!). So so so so SO tired. Razor broke, but I (thankfully!!) fixed it.
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