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... have already dipped into the wine) before crashing. We have a full day of Orientation and then a scavenger hunt tomorrow, so we are starting right into the hustle and bustle.
It's weird to be here. And weird to think about how this is where I'll be for the next four months. But I'm sure as classes start and I start finding a routine, it will all start to feel quite normal. I just hope I get a little bit better at French...
... 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 ...
... bought for the entire week on the slopes!! They were happy and pretty awesome on the flight and through the airports. We arrived late and took the shuttle over the border to France and stayed at the Novotel. Dinner was late and we didn't get the kids to bed until midnight. They were so amazed by the tiny patches of snow when we arrived, it made them very excited, so after dinner it took a little while to calm them down.
... somewhat tighter than anticipated.
But once having reached the valley and turned onto the main road (annoyingly listed as a momentum-killing left turn on our route sheet, but in fact an obvious right one), the pavement was North-American smooth enabling an easy 57kph coast into the gorgeous little town of Seyssel.
Following that there was a now-requisite "route barree" notice that you couldn`t help but ...
... a little bit nervous about how this would work out. I needn’t have worried however. Everyone at the table got along famously! With my humble translating abilities and a lot of help from Tsiri and Dad the conversation flowed in both of Canada’s official languages. After wine, steak and veggies we retired back to my place for some ice cream. Once the family was safely deposited at the bus stop I walked Juliana home, both of us beaming at what a successful evening it had ...