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... Ceremony and snacks. And we met the Swiss students for the first time and interacted with them.
The first class was taken by Prof. Pearce on “Social Networking in Artificial Societies”. It was very interesting and we worked on “NetLogo“ software. We were put in teams of 2, from different universities and were given 5 assignments which carried 10 marks each. The classes on Social Networking ended on Friday, ...
... 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.
... 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!!!
We woke up early because we had a building site next door which was being steam rolled to build a BMX track on we found out. That would be fine if they didn't start at 7am, what with that and the train track which circles the lake at close proximity. We were destined to wake up early today. I took the kids for a bike ride whilst Toni went for a walk into town to look for postcards and provisions for a picnic.
We cycled a good way down ...
... and yet is the most peaceful country in the world. Yet, for how small it can be, it is very influential and powerful in the world. As Dr. Murphy once put it, "i I would rather be the head of a mouse, than the tail of a lion." Meaning, that to be something small leading yourself is more enjoyable than to follow the crowd. It is amazing that by traveling two hours outside of Geneva (which located in the french speaking ...