Les Fermes de Marie
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... have already dipped into the wine) before crashing. We have a full day of Orientation and then a scavenger hunt tomorrow, so we are starting right into the hustle and bustle.
It's weird to be here. And weird to think about how this is where I'll be for the next four months. But I'm sure as classes start and I start finding a routine, it will all start to feel quite normal. I just hope I get a little bit better at French...
We spent 10 days in Morzine staying at Chalet Kaila, learning how to cook, clean, and behave. Interesting experience. 150 people in the training group that will go on to staff, La Pagne, Les Gets, Alp du Hues, Morzine and Avoriaz. There are 10 chalets in Morzine and us up the hill. Literally 900m up and about 3 kms across. Pretty sanitised, and not somewhere for black humour or a wind up, although sometimes you just can't help yourself. Wide variety of people doing the job, ...
Firstly a story I forgot to mention yesterday, I recounted it to Matt his morning, when we walking off down to watch Marni at ski school. When Marni and I returned from the pool, she wanted to put the code in to open the alarm, so I said okay then, push "2", she then pushed "5". I said, "Marni, let mummy do this one and you do the next one. You pushed 5 instead of 2."
Marni replied "oh, how embarrassing" and walked inside. ...
... will I face getting back on tomorrow? I will deal with that later...for now I just need to cuddle my kids and say a little prayer for the motor bike man.
At least James had a good day, heading off in advance of the peloton to reach Megeve and scope out the camping situation and the local pool. Lucy was taken aback that in France little girls can't wear swimming shorts, only bikini bottoms, at public pools. How very French.
... we had more time to go to the museum of the Red Cross, which was founded and who's headquarters is in Geneva. The museum was really inspiring and interesting. They had records for every single prisoner of war during WW1 (7 million records) and had displays of the different things they have done and how the idea of it was created. The most moving thing for me was a room that had all the photos of Rwandan children who were displaced during the genocide that ...