I've been at camp for a day now, and still don't really know what's going on.
The journey over here was long. My favourite thing about long flights is the fact that you can watch as much TV as you like and have access to free food and drink (even though the quality isn't great). However, after a four hour wait in Paris where I began to really look forward to unlimited films and TV, I boarded the plane to discover that the in-flight entertainment system was broken. Nine hours of silence. Luckily, I had my laptop and some videos downloaded so it wasn't too bad, but still.
Upon arrival in Philadelphia, I got picked up and driven to camp which was 'not far' away. A two hour journey was described as 'close'. I can't say that I've done much since arriving, mainly paperwork and doing online tests to make sure that I'm not going to abduct a child whilst here.
One thing that I have done so far is eat. The American way of doing food is certainly interesting. We were offered bright yellow 'omelettes' and burgers (sans bun) for breakfast, which personally, I don't think should be allowed to eaten before 10am. Then for lunch it was grilled cheese sandwiches and salad, except I found a bug in my salad. It was alive. And crawling around. I didn't finish the salad.
Staff training starts tomorrow. I still don't know what's going on though...