Domaine De Chateauvieux
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... different department of WHO who wanted to see Winnie's pictures from Sierra Leone that she could use for training. The pictures Winnie took are amazing, and so are the stories that accompany them. She was there for 3 months, and she told us all about the reaction of the public, how they trained local medical officials to set up clinics, "green" vs "red" zone procedures, and survivor stories. It was so interesting to see, and I am so grateful ...
... to me, no one would see it because I'm in between two giant trains. I went back upstairs, put jeans over the thin pants I was already wearing, put on my windbreaker, and took out my travel towel and used it as a blanket. I was still freezing, except now I looked homeless.
I didn't know how I would pass the next four hours, because I was too scared to sleep, but didn't want to pull out my ipad either. I settled on reading on my kindle, dozing off, and ...
On my birthday I awoke to church bells outside our bed and breakfast in Venice. Later that night I was treated to a traditional fondue meal in Satigny, Switzerland. Jacques and Kathy, the owners of this amazing home and vineyard picked us up on our arrival to Geneva, Switzerland. Satigny is a gorgeous little ...
... continue on our planned route. As we neared Annecy traffic increased, and we soon found ourselves in the midst of a large metropolitan area.
BTW did I mention my roommate snores? We are in rather close quarters tonight - I took this photo pressed up against the wall! Worse yet, it seems there have been huge snowfalls in the Alps and we are not sure the roads will even be open in the areas we had hoped to travel. Stay tuned. ...
... Gex (pronounced Jex for some reason) is one of the many French villages that surround Geneva and home to multiple frontaliers – people who live in France but work in Geneva. It is an absolutely gorgeous village that honestly looks like it fell out of a painting from the 18th century. Her house is equally picture perfect, and has a huge backyard in which we had a BBQ. This BBQ was a special celebration of the strange coincidences of life. Reeva and ...