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... of caged wild animals! Tight quarters and full of energy! We finally found a place with something cheaper than it is in Winnipeg. The drinks at the arena were at least half the price of Winnipeg's. Have no fear through everything else was quite expensive! It was interesting we couldn't believe how fast the game was. Back in Winnipeg when Phil went to the game that started at 7 he would be home shortly after 10. Tonight the game was done just under 2 hours. Obviously ...
... with the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) in assisting countries to successfully implement and execute the framework.
Throughout the summer, my work was quite varied within the unit. I had the opportunity to attend the World Health Assembly, as well as several other thematic units at various UN agencies pertaining to health in development. I conducted targeted research with NCDs in capital infrastructure projects, examining ways large ...
... Later in the afternoon, we went up to the very top of Aiguille du Midi (we had jumped off at the midpoint) and the higher we went, the chillier it got. Julie got nervous when we had to go up the final flights of stairs because you could see the bottom through the grating, and I had to remind her that she had just jumped off a cliff. At the top at +7000ft, we had all donned our fleeces and windbreakers and were greeted by 360 degree views of snow-capped mountains. From where we ...
Today we head back to Geneve. Sadly this meant a very long train ride so well we will see how Riley does this time.
Over all he did pretty well. There were a few freak out. Some naps, some meals, some flirting and a lot of walking down the aisle.
It was frustrating though. The train we got on in Bonn had reserved sitting. Well technically they both did but no one really reserves sitting on the Swiss trains so you can pretty much sit where ...
... The stairs were right beside the exit we had to use to get out of the hallway with the statues. It was near impossible to get out of there let alone up the stairs. It was insane. As we were exiting this area we saw that they was a wheelchair access route so we decided to check it out. The route was suppose to get us to the Sistine Chapel. So we decided to check it out. Turns out we were basically going the back track way. This meant going against the flow of ...