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... So there will be many French students at the club tonight too, so we can meet a bunch of new people that go to ICN too.
Earlier today I went to Julien's apartment to play FIFA on his xbox and I didn’t do too bad (if you don’t count the goal I scored on myself). We played 2 rounds and I lost both games, but the second game I only lost by one point (so not too bad). While we were ...
... t go off again in the middle of the night, because well I love my sleep and I need it!
Waking up at 8am was not fun after being woken up in the middle of the night. I went to class and found out that I have an exam next week. Oh joy oh joy. I'm so sick of exams. After my one next week, I think I will be done until finals in January. Wahooo!
During my break ...
... weekend as well, which would be pretty sweet if they were.
Well instead of doing anything productive, I laid in my bed and Othmane came and hung out with me. He fixed my phone though, which is a plus. Hopefully tomorrow I will be more productive. I love having lazy nights in though. I really need to catch up on my sleep and hopefully that will make me not sick anymore. ...
... considered the Swiss Riviera. It is home to the famous jazz festival, and once to some guy called Freddie ... Freddie Mercury that is. There is a statue of the great man on the water front. As with most Swiss towns, its nice and clean, but its views win out each time, and with the beautiful shoreline path this place was worth the short visit. Next on our travels, was cheese and chocolate, so in preparation we headed to a campsite at Enney, which is near Gruyere. 14th ...
... Tellskapelle). A nice walk, and a decent chapel. Across the lake in the distance, you could just make out an obelisk of sorts, with gold lettering. What it said ... who knows. Who it was for ... who knows. Actually, we think it for Wil Tell ... a Swiss hero, who stood up for Freedom. Apparently a myth, but don't tell (ha, ha) the Swiss that! While walking, we followed a track through a stunning, dense alpine forest, down towards the lake, so we could have our packed lunch. What ...