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... and the entire residence as a whole has two study rooms, a communal kitchen/common room in the basement, a laundry room, and some offices where the staff work. My roommate's name is Edwina: she's from NYC, NY, goes to BU, and is focusing on IR, like me.
The rest of the day was filled with settling in, unpacking, confirming our classes, getting a neighborhood tour, purchasing a "transports publics genevois" pass (which ...
... rusty, especially with my listening/comprehension skills - everyone speaks so quickly! - but I've been able to make myself understood all day, at grocery stores and patisseries and train stations alike. I'm looking forward to improving, and especially to my ears catching up with my mouth.
Tomorrow begins orientation, so I'll be visiting the campus (about thirty minutes away from the dorms, just outside the city) for the first time ...
... due to make up and sanitisers - all of which I also had in my handbag which made it through fine. They weren't helpful either. Roz and Rob went on with the kids for something to eat.
We met at the gate for a 6pm flight and then of course as we were queueing to get on the plane the movement stopped. MMMMMMM. We got on the plane, the kids ( and Matt and I) hadn't eaten, so chewed their way through most of the snacks that ...
... did telephone witnessing. We had lunch together, did some more telephone witnessing, and played a little bit of Just Dance. Before taking us back to the tram, Elyse drove us by the chalet of the famous French philosopher, Voltaire. It's why this part of France is named Ferney-Voltaire. After service, I went back to the Degors for dinner and to stay another night. I got to feed their two chickens! ...
... but boy what an eye opener. Reporters who risk their health and their lives to go to places on earth where peoples whose freedoms and liberties are often overlooked and information about abuses is censored shared some of their most striking images of the places they visited. I cannot begin to express how humbling it is to see the conditions which people work in to mine for copper for our batteries or the toxins which people are ...