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... me start with the goal of the International Summer University, i.e to allow students from Switzerland, United States and India to work together in an international environment to:
- gain understanding of different cultures
- allow students to develop a professional network in Europe, India and he US
- encourage students to pursue part of their studies or professional career abroad.
It takes place in “HEIG-VD", ...
... by the Counts of Sevoy and changed hands many times. Lord Byron wrote a poem called the Prisoner of Chillon about Bonivard who was imprisoned there for 5 years. Byron's name was etched on the wall. The area where the prisoners where kept was on the lowest level. The where small holes in the walls allowing the sound of waves to come through which gave the impression to prisoners that they were under water. As time went on and the castle changed hands, many different additions ...
... Jerome was already ok at it before), understanding the 3 different types of Malaria vaccinations, writing rental contracts....to only name a few.
Oh yes, and we were kind of doing some work on the side as well ;)
BUT, all that lies behind us now, and as we are slowly winding down an enormous sense of excitement takes over. So ready to go now!!!
... saw some tiny airplanes fly around, and went to a indoor-outdoor spa/swimming pool. It was very cool, with heated pools and other swimming areas with a very relaxing atmosphere. Afterwards we explored a bit of the town of .....I already forgot what it's called...... whoops. I'll update later if I remember.
Anyway, lots of experiences in just 5 days, and then we took the train up into Germany! ...
We arrived in Switzerland late on Saturday night after taking a scenic train ride through France. Darren fell asleep and I couldn't resist taking a photo. It was amazing to see the scenery changing so much as we got closer to the French and Swiss alps - reminded us of the South Island and we are starting to miss home a bit. On the train ride into Lausanne we circled Lake Geneva (or as the Frenchies call it, Lac Léman). It was quite funny to hear the train announcements ...