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... and were waiting in the lounge for our flight which was supposed to depart at 10:40 am local time. Meanwhile we opened our gadgets to connect to the Wi-Fi and inform our parents at home that we were safe and are ready to board the flight. Finally the moment had arrived and we boarded the plane to Bangalore.
It was a long flight and we reached Bangalore at around 11:45 pm local time. After all the security checks we collected our ...
... to go on Friday and see a little bit more of the "behind the scenes," thanks to Tara Hughes, the wonderful mother of my roommate at BC/soulmate, Betsy Hughes. Mrs. Hughes introduced me on Facebook to her friend, Winnie Romeril, who was recently deployed by the WHO to Sierra Leone as the spokesperson on Ebola. Winnie is in Geneva until Tuesday, essentially debriefing and "discharging" from the WHO (she's not actually a full-time employee but ...
... 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!!!
... morning to recover from the late night. Matt and I both took the noon train down to Bex and hopped on a train to Lausanne. At that point, he headed for a train to Bern and I went to book my train from Zurich to Vienna which is in a couple of days. It's going to be an overnight train so I figured I book it now. Even with the 10 CHF reservation fee, I'm saving like 20 CHF by not having to stay in a Swiss hostel....which are ridiculously expensive!
Once I check-in at ...
... easy, in the old town centre in a quaint street behind a church. We decided to have lunch there even though it was expensive (about $55 for a salad and cous cous bowl)….you only live once and we have to try the veggie places wherever we go! I believe everything is organic, and the food was very well presented. The servers also spoke English which was helpful (one had even spent time living in Australia!!!). The salad was beautiful, very refreshing ...