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... living in some dude's house with all of his stuff still here. It's right in the centre of Geneva which in our couple of days here seems to be a bit of a stiff place and not particularly friendly. It is a stunning setting on both sides of the lake with a very strong French architectural influence and lovely parks with lots of sculptures and art everywhere, similar to Lugano.
Unfortunately the bathroom scales worked in our new place ...
... where there is a huge market. Carouge was a really nice area, some call it more bohemian, definitely less of a big city feel and more quaint charm. Part of my walk took me along the river. While listening to the rushing water, I paused and had one of those "ah-ha" moments as I watched the way the river flows around the rocks. Life is like a river. If we think of ourselves as the water, and life’s many obstacles and challenges as ...
... provides, strengthens my desire to live near the water... someday :-)
Last night, after staying inside and keeping warm and dry for a few days, I decided I needed to get out. I discovered the Blues Association of Genève online and decided to check out the weekly performance at the Brasseur des Grottes, just a short walk from where I am staying. It was a really neat atmosphere and ...
Suffered through the tedious security and immigration processes which Geneva airport has crafted into a form of travel torture which only the most determined survive. It took us 30 minutes in a secondary queue just to join the start of the queue to go through security.
Regardless we got through and after a long wait in Amman and then overnight in Hong Kong we arrived home. ...
... Since the whole place was in French, it was fun trying to figure out the names of the animals in English – some were much easier than others!
Tante Danielle and Oncle Jack have seriously spoiled me when it comes to food. They treated me to some amazing foie gras de canard (fatty duck liver), which is my absolute favorite! Tante Danielle was so surprised to see me eat it plain and without bread, ...