There may be a few crazy people in this world for whom “summer school” can actually be productive.
I am not one of these people.
As soon as the sun starts shining, the temperatures start rising and the water gets warm, schoolwork is the last thing on my mind.
With this knowledge, it was with a bit of hesitation that I signed up for study abroad.
Sure, I’d be spending my summer in Germany. But school is still school, no matter the continent.
Even still, I bit the bullet, packed my pencils and crossed the pond for a summer of school.
Immediately upon arriving, I realized that this wasn’t going to be any ordinary type of school.
Wine tasting with my professors? Check.
Cruises along the Spree in Berlin? Check.
Hiking in the Alps? Soon to be checked.
Basically, this is a lot less “school” and a lot more fun. Best of all is that I’ve been learning more German throughout these past two weeks than I ever did in six whole years of structured classes.