So since the last time we talked — or since I typed and you (whoever you are) read — a lot’s happened. I’ve met an Olympic sprinter in the Amsterdam airport (where I also paid $13 for a quarter pounder meal), landed successfully back in the States, dealt with major jet lag, recuperated in Athens and headed to Atlanta.
And in Atlanta I’ve moved into an apartment that I technically share with three Georgia Tech guys (I’ll have to show a picture of the key I have to deal with this summer now), but none of them really live there for any extended period of time. So I’ve almost got the whole place to myself. And I started my internship with Marsh USA in Buckhead. It’s an amazing experience, even only two days into it.
Be patient, I’ll have plenty of things to say about Africa in the coming weeks as I sift through my pictures. Patience, my friends. And I’ll keep you updated regularly on Marsh happenings — those that I can talk about at least.