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Well here we are back in beautiful Switzerland, this time in Geneva. They still have their own funny coloured money, they still have strange powerpoints, it is still very expensive but this time they are all French. Now that I have got the hang of Italian I have now got to change my Si's back into Oui's and my Grazia's back into Merci's.
Our home for a couple of days is our first AirBNB rental which is great, although just a ...
... through. When I was out shopping, I found a bottle of wine from my cousin Laurence’s vineyard and of course had to purchase it – I mean how many times can you say you bought your cousin’s wine?!?! I gave the bottle to Sandra as a thank you and she thought it was “très cool” that my cousin has her own vineyard ;-)
Words for the Day:
"No one looks stupid when they're having fun." - Amy Poehler
... made me feel right at home. Phillip Ménard, a one-man-blues-band, performed all sorts of blues tunes, in English, that it caught me by surprise when he kept speaking in French in between the songs, lol. He was quite talented and it was really nice to get out, be a part of the local scene and hear some great music.
The apartment I'm staying in is quite cozy and my host is ...
... a lot and eventually he smiled and I was free to stay on the train! So really, it was a good day. Then I got to Nyon, and it fast became a good night. After a quick dinner with the wonderful Sam and Monique Seale, who are my adopted Swiss parents and the parents of Sean 'marmy' Seale, who I met during his travels in Australia. Sean's brother Bryan came to get me... Within about 20 minutes of saying hello to Bryan and his friends, we were about 4 shots down and getting ...
... is best and then you can loosen up and NOT the other way around! Teaching in both special education and ordinary schools has shown me how the school system here works and gave me a great view of the two worlds.
Till the next blog entry (end of June or July),
I wish you all the best and thank you again for letting me share my nomadic wisdom with you :).