I am currently sitting in one of Beersheva's most lovely study spots. It’s called Cafe Gecko, and as a
visitor recently pointed out, when you're here you really don't feel like you're in Israel, let alone Beersheva. It could be the dim, grungy lighting, tasteful and diverse mix of timeless American music, or the MSIH student discount. But there's just something about this place that brings out the "excited-to-study-in-a-productive-kind-of-way" part of me, which is good because we have a pathology exam on Wednesday.
|The view outside my apartment|
|The crowd gathering before the Holocaust|
Have a good and meaningful day. - Talie Lewis