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... others and decided it was the girl in the corner. After a short chat the kiwi put more bread into the toaster....the mystery was solved about 90 seconds later when Sandy saw some flying toast. It seems the eject was quite strong. The first toast was on the floor, the second piece fell on the counter. An exciting start to the day
We picked up Thierry from his house and we drove to ...
... Ahhhh all of a sudden I can read the signs again.
A quick walk around Geneva and then we headed out for dinner. Thierry, our new neighbour in Melbourne, comes from a small village just outside Geneva. His wife Catherine is still living here until their youngest son finishes school. So it was great that Thierry was here on a weeks leave and we were all able to go out for dinner. We went to a great restaurant on the top of a mountain overlooking Geneva...see the photo ...
... was only minimal hesitation, really, before the plan was a go, and they arrived at 6:00 pm the next afternoon. Can't imagine Mom and Dad hopping to it quite like that, especially in light of the fact that More and Paco leave on a trip to the Baltics in just a few days' time. Anyway, it was such a pleasure to watch Ana interact with them - especially her relationship with More. The two were like a couple of school girls before going out, primping and ...
... hotel at Kristiansand instead of Kristiansund - the two towns being 200 miles apart - but we live and learn). I knew everything was fine - but you know how it is .... trepidation set in. Then we arrived and the sign read
"St Gervais Les Bains Le Fayet" (spelling might be wrong). Only the French! On timetables it could be anything.
Arrived at the hotel not much after 19.00. No sightseeing here. Had dinner at the hotel.
... went back to the hostel to watch the game and I met up with Brittany for a drink. We ended up having to scour the entire city for an open bar apart from the one in our hostel. I suppose Tuesday nights are not popular in Interlaken. We eventually walked a full circle around the city and found an Irish bar not far from where we started. It was great to chat with her, we had a lot in common and it was nice to have some girl chat. We went to bed early-ish in preparation for ...
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