The final days leading up to my departure have been packed with places to go and people to see before leaving, continuous to-d0 lists to fulfill, and a little bit of stress here and there. At the start of my final week, I knew the few next days would creep up on me way too fast, yet at the same time I felt like Buenos Aires was so far away and still just a distant reverie. The first half of my summer I made sure to make the mandatory trips to the beach, visit friends, and appreciate the New England summer that I’ve come to love (despite its unbearable humidity). Between now and my departure (tomorrow!), I plan on double- and triple-checking my packing list and spending time with family before the goodbye. Though I’m not looking forward to the airport traffic and layovers, I’m very eager to finally arrive in Buenos Aires and start my semester abroad!
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