Hotel Restaurant Le Rivage
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... And we were shocked, because for us it was something common. A train being late by 4 minutes was not an issue at all for us. But for them it was. So we got to witness the punctuality of the trains and how people in Switzerland are very particular about it. Finally the train left and we started the conversation with Prof. Robert and we exchanged some of the information regarding our carrier objectives, education system in India and Swiss, Food in ...
... advice, offers of shelter and hands on support that you have provided us with. We leave in the knowledge that we will come back to some very special people....and hopefully will see many of you along the way in any case!!
Teary stuff aside, Dec and Jan were also Party Time!!!! Cheers to all the good times we had together, now it's time for a detox. Yea right.
... by the Counts of Sevoy and changed hands many times. Lord Byron wrote a poem called the Prisoner of Chillon about Bonivard who was imprisoned there for 5 years. Byron's name was etched on the wall. The area where the prisoners where kept was on the lowest level. The where small holes in the walls allowing the sound of waves to come through which gave the impression to prisoners that they were under water. As time went on and the castle changed hands, many different additions ...
... 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!!!
... child will find clementines, nuts, and chocolate in their boot in the morning. Reed thought it would be a good idea to "mark" all of her clementines with an "R" so that she would know if St. Nicholas used his own or came into the house and used ours. In the morning, the girls were excited to see their boots full of clementines with "R" and candy…..and they were even more cheerful when we told them ...