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... town. It had started to snow outside and was much colder than we were used to in the other parts of Switzerland we had been. The town is hundreds of years old and the buildings have amazing artwork on the outside. We also visited the Catholic Cathedral and the paintings on the ceilings were incredible! After walking around the town, we stopped by the apartment to pick our bags up and went to a bar near the train station for a drink. Here we have Ovomaltine which is ...
Despite not much snow, I am loving the sunny, mild conditions...unfortunately Kaddi had to work (and puppy sit) so the three of us headed out...after a much needed lie-in!
Took it easy and enjoyed the fresh mountain air...
Stopped to get a juice, but decided to beer it instead! The boys then went for another run, whilst I enjoyed another beer in the sunshine watching the world ski by...bliss!
Got home to delicious waffles made by ...
... was intrigued by the tarragon I was putting in, though to tell the truth I was far more intrigued by their camp-fire cooked swiss-cheese medley. His English was very limited so we communicated through his Harry Potter lookalike son, who studied English at school. Chatting to him felt like I was back at a language class at school, only I spoke the language perfectly - "What is your name?" “Where do you live?”
... old daughter approach me. Then the woman says something to her daughter that I'll never forget. "Say hello to that man" What? Did I hear that right? A mother telling her daughter to say hello to a suspicious looking stranger walking down the street? Never, never would I give my daughter such instructions, be it in Morocco or the United States. And then it hits me: there are no "suspicious looking strangers" in this part of the world. Just people ...
... rates in the world. But how can a tiny country like this compete industrially with the mega-manufacturers like China, Turkey and Germany? Simple: focus on the low quantity, highly valuable items that the big boys might overlook. Take dentures for example. If you wear dentures, chances are they weren't mass produced in a factory in ...