Adventures to the German Consulate

So i went into the city today to apply for my visa at the german consulate. It all went pretty well, i got there early so i was able to get through it pretty quickly. The lady was super nice and my application was accepted. Something that was odd though was that my visa was free of charge... I was told by AFS and the consulate website that the visa would be like $92 or something but nope, the lady said it was free. Idk, maybe that's what it's supposed to be. So anyway she said i'll get my passport with my visa by like august 20th and that's that.

I also got a cool book full of facts about germany. Well I don't know if it's cool yet since i haven't read it yet but it's big and it looks cool or at least helpful. Speaking of books, I just finished reading on the train today a really good book. I recommend it for anyone going on exchange. It's called Exchange Student Survival Kit.

It was really helpful and answered a lot of questions I had. It's helped me mentally prepare for my upcoming departure and I'm now a lot more ready for all different parts of my exchange. Speaking of my upcoming departure, only 44 days until I leave!

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