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... she's a Korean, quit her job, just having fun traveling alone in EU.
In trips we meet all kinds of people, you chat with them, learn more about others' subjective worlds. It's quite unlikely to build long-term friendship this way, unless you're younger and both share similar interests. To maintain intercultural friendship is not easy. Making friends is not one of the main goals or purposes of travel. I'm a introvert, timid, scared of bad people in the world!
... city so dull. Well I won't forget the trams all over the city because I nearly got hit by one. I think the only thing worth seeing in this city was the parliament house and its lovely view over the lake. Also the starbucks right next to the parking lot.
... the cold. As quickly as they went in, they came out. Dinner was fabulous as always. I got sunburnt. Oh, that beautiful feeling of your skin screaming "You moron!" When you think Switzerland you don't generally think "Oh, I better put on some sunscreen. The sun is really strong here." I now know that the Swiss suns bites just as much as the Aussie sun. Breakfast was fresh home baked bread, Italian coffee, assorted cheeses and a freshly pressed newspaper. I went with the dog, ...
... me to a white knuckle ride in his work car on the first night - jumping red lights and going round roundabouts the wrong way. A real adrenaline rush thanks Mike.
We explored the city on the first day, visiting a market with some lovely fresh local produce (at eye watering prices), Einstein's house and saw the bears after which the city is named. We had a ride and BBQ with Mike and his friend Janya from Slovenia (not sure about that spelling) down ...
... problem would be solved if the info desk took credit and provided the ticket. Yes on both counts. Finally, I can get into the museum without ramping up the ticket price! (Because if I withdrew 50 francs, I would incur a rather hefty fee on either of my cards as Cash Passport is loaded to give fee-free euros, AND I'd lose more changing the remainder to Euros.) I finally get into the museum only to be diverted because my bag is 'too large' and I must store it. ...