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... be here and I don't want to spend time wishing I were somewhere else. So apparently here is the formula for homesickness (or at least it worked today):
Take a shower + blast Disney songs + drink a cup of coffee + get some work accomplished + remind myself why I am here = Happy again!
Words from Willie:
"Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results." - Willie Nelson
p.s. Thanks Willie ;-)
... is neither good nor bad, however it is incredibly useful to know. I used to rush around from one thing to the next, or multiple things at once, and now I realize how much that contributed to my state of poor health. I'm perfectly happy to take things slowly. For me, I feel like this allows me to experience more rather than less, and to experience more fully. This obviously doesn't work for everyone. I'm happy to have discovered ...
We spent a wonderful day with Nicolas, Elodie wee Paul and Antoine. Most of the day was at Nicolas's parents place where the pool was 25 deg, a great bbq and to finish I managed to beat Nicolas at Petanque 2 games to 1.
Taking it easy today as we packed and were taken to Geneva Airport early by Elodie. The afternoon spent in the lounge bar relaxing before our trip home via Zurich on Swiss Air.
We stay a night in Singapore. ...
... game and I nick named him The Spin Black & Nicolas the Spin Frog. So I finally got a sun fix lounging around by a pool in the sun, it was hot - the sun in Europe doesn't burn its more like our late afternoon sun all day long. Great times come to an end and as the sun goes down we head back to their home to pack our bags and have an early night as we are flying home ...
... for lunch, and enjoyed hamburgers while the cyclists rode past nearby at around one lap a minute. I would hear someone blow a whistle just before they came by and found out later this was to warn the pedestrians crossing the road to get out of the way!! With the map from the hotel we started to wander around the old town pedestrian streets, noting that nearly every shop was closed. The town here had a very different feel to the other ...