Hotel La Barcarolle
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... be here and I don't want to spend time wishing I were somewhere else. So apparently here is the formula for homesickness (or at least it worked today):
Take a shower + blast Disney songs + drink a cup of coffee + get some work accomplished + remind myself why I am here = Happy again!
Words from Willie:
"Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results." - Willie Nelson
p.s. Thanks Willie ;-)
... myself and realize that if I intend to share my life with someone else, I need to find someone who respects this about me and shares the same value. I'm finding that consistently being around people who are "go, go, go" kind of stresses me out.
I'm also finding how well I do with less. I brought very little with me on this trip and am finding that it works. It helps that thanks to technology, so much can be stored ...
... my bike to New Zealand shores if we don't return for another biking challenge.
I opted for us to check out the Swissport Horizon lounge at Geneve Airport since we were going to be here extra early. Its a wonderful quiet environment with internet so a great catch up with all the blog entries from Croatia Cruise as the internet on the boat was a joke. 1GB per day and ...
... moved off ahead of us but stopped after a short distance. Our path took us generally down along the spine of a giant ridge. It ran through a larch forest. About 100' tall. They blocked out the sun. It took about an hour to reach a picnic spot with a nice view. Muddy in places. Lunched on a picnic table made out of one log over ...
... raw cow's milk) and Camembert cheeses, strong coffee and hot milk. We spent a long time savoring the food and enjoying our conversation about getting older, and getting used to living alone and how the village had changed and growing up as a farm boy, and roaming cinemas, and sneaking in to a film under the age of 16 (for a film that would be rated G today), and frequently walking miles and miles and thinking nothing of it, and ...