It would be an understatement to say that a LOT happened this week. In U.S. and EU politics, sure, but I’ve also been trying to adjust to living on a different continent.
The jet lag was rough. Really rough. There were several times the first few days where I actually thought I regretted deciding to study abroad. But after a week and a half, I feel much more like myself and have genuinely enjoyed myself this past week & weekend.
I’ll do some more in-depth posts covering my internship & other various experiences as the semester goes on, but since I have a lot to cover, here are some highlights of my first week and a half living in Belgium:
First of all, Brussels has some great #views.
And some great eats.
And a slight spiritual reprieve from the constant excitement.
And a healthy dose of dissent.
This week ended on a high, though. Some great sightseeing and adventuring this weekend, both alone and with pals, made me feel more confident in the city and with public transport. I’m feeling pretty good heading into the second week of my internship.
2 thoughts on “Brussels highlights, week 1(.5)”
Hannah! These all look so awesome, keep living it up. Look for the golden snitch!
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