It was my second day visiting the U.N. complex, and I’ve been blown away each time. To be in the same vicinity with some of the most intelligent minds around the world, has been truly inspirational.

The commissary on the grounds was quite impressive too. It will help us save some money on toiletries, cleaning supplies, vitamins, and other necessities. Getting food would be quite a trek for me, seeing as our local supermarket would only be a two minute walk from our permanent place vs. 25 minute commute to the U.N. It’s kind of a no brainer of where I will go for our day-to-day needs.

Since I don’t have one of those fancy schmancy DSLR cameras, I had to take two pictures to try to get the whole complex in.


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