This post is going to be a short one, mainly because the video is pretty straightforward and I feel that there isn't much explanation needed. I will go ahead and let you know that the 5 Things are not necessarily important, meaning that they aren't "Oh if I don't know these, my trip is going to go terribly" kind of things, but rather simple little light hearted tidbits. I thought of these 5 things as I was reflecting on what I knew before going abroad and how that changed 4 months later and I felt that they might be worth sharing, as (arguably) useless some of them may be, its worth a look-see.
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