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... ever really capture that...
There are 57 people in my program, participating in Physics, Public Health, or International Relations (that's me) internships and classes. So, the majority of us, and all of our luggage, were picked up at the airport and brought back to "Muzy," our home away from home. We got to drive past the UN!! Anywho, we live in doubles and triples, each with out own attached bathroom. Each floor has its ...
... be signing up for a temporary European cell phone. Fingers crossed that staying awake until 8pm tonight will take care of most of my jet lag...only 3 more hours until bedtime!
I'm looking forward to Thursday, and beginning the first of many long weekends, this one with my best friend. Meanwhile, I'll try to break out the black clothes and assimilate myself a little more into Swiss culture!
Today was purely about getting off and ready to go.
Rob went round to fix Suzy's tire first thing and make sure she was good to go again. We packed and jammed and weighed for a few hours. Then took off to the train at Bare. We got to Manchester Airport in good time and checked through all okay until security Honestly they are worse the Australia. Our bag had to be scanned again, even after they had checked it - twice! It ...
... water to local villages and hamlets.
Dina died mysteriously in 1928 on a cruise boat in the Red Sea. Mary Schillito later married Ernest Britt (a pianist) in 1930 in Paris. During the five years of their marriage Britt slowly used up his wife's fortune.
The Domain des Avenieres (the chateau and land) was then sold on to various parties and was used as a rest home for the wealthy, by the Red cross: Swiss Aid to ...
... in France." he called to his wife as he walked away. I nodded. How annoying, but also amusing. The stallholder smiled at me in thanks. I laughed to myself. How much my French speaking friends would be laughing at me speaking that way and being asked to translate! It is not the first time it has happened but more often than not I can work out the answer from visual as well as aural cues, rather than truly understanding the language. I know I am faking it but I am accurate enough ...