Le Hameau des Airelles
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Well here we are back in beautiful Switzerland, this time in Geneva. They still have their own funny coloured money, they still have strange powerpoints, it is still very expensive but this time they are all French. Now that I have got the hang of Italian I have now got to change my Si's back into Oui's and my Grazia's back into Merci's.
Our home for a couple of days is our first AirBNB rental which is great, although just a ...
... you can see this beautiful metaphor come to life (see pictures). It’s so easy to get caught up in our struggles and the effort that it takes to get past them, we often miss the bigger picture. If our troubles are these rocks, and we look at the whole river, we see that they are rather miniscule in size compared to our whole life, or the entire river. The water doesn’t stop to complain about these rocks, it just finds ...
Been taking it easy these past few days, catching up on some work and hunkering down as the weather has taken a drastic shift. On Monday I walked around Geneva for a couple of hours, spending some time by the lake and the iconic Jet d'Eau. It was the last real nice day here, I think. The lake is so beautiful, nestled between the mountains and the city. The fresh air and feeling of openness that ...
Pigs in Spain are big business, and pollo (chicken). Industrial scale factory farming appears to be favoured, with the animals spending their entire lives inside sheds. If you favor red meat you will have to search for it. As for Asian food, forget it, it’s not on their radar over here.
The other night we arranged to camp outside the gate of a campground so that we could get an early start in the morning. Camp grounds here often have a ...
... the brow of another hill there below us in the distance was Lake Geneva! What a sight, it was huge and then it got even better as we had the longest run downhill with it getting closer all the time - had to stop after a while as my feet & fingers got numb with the long descent. Eventually came to the outskirts of the city and I said to peter to stop at the Swiss border for a photo, we only realised we were there by the huge traffic jam on the other side of ...