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... in brief about the selection process for the program.
When I was in 5th semester had heard about this summer program from one of my senior that , 5 students from PES who are currently in 3rd year will be sent to this program after 6th semester exams and it is fully funded by Switzerland and also about how they select students for this. But at that time I dint give much importance to ...
Lots of mixed emotions going on right now, ranging from excitement about what's ahead, to nostalgia about what we're about to leave behind.
What has become clearer than ever over the past few months is that we can safely say to have the most amazing family, friends and colleagues, and we feel very grateful for the many special moments, words of encouragement ...
Our last day of vacation :(. We got up early so we could grab breakfast and be at the Chateau de Chillon when it opened. The weather wasn't great and it was raining but cleared up. Shane was super excited to see boulangeries which are French pastry and bread shops. As opposed to in Murren and the Berner Oberland region which has a very strong German influence, Montreaux is all French! We ended up at a little cafe by our hotel and had THE BEST croissants! They were warm and super flakey. ...
... customer service centres, vaccinations and doctor's visits, deciphering insurance policies, paying the Lausanne commune a fortune for attestations and copies of attestations that apparently other branches of the commune will need, basically studying for a degree in social security law for expatriates, trying to get different offices to talk to each other, learning to curse in ...
... a home stay and doing many more amazing things. Then I will move on to Bolivia overland. So far that is all I have for Bolivia: Arriving. I have nothing set in stone. I will let the trade winds guide me. Mid-April I should be in Chile, mainly staying in Valparaiso with family of friends, giving me a chance to practice my, now rusty, Spanish. On the 29th of April, I will cross the Pacific Ocean and the International Date Line, flying from Santiago, Chile to Sydney, ...