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Thank you for all the kind feedback in respect of my musical & dance videos. They appear to have gone viral for all the wrong reasons. It appears I will not be giving up my day job in the foreseeable future. However, I'm sure with a bit of practice anything is possible.
An exciting day for an Athletics aficionado with the Weltklasse Zurich probably the best athletic meeting outside ...
My flight to Oslo, Norway left out of Zurich at 4:30 pm, so Anita and Thomas volunteered to show me around this beautiful city before I headed out. There were beautiful cobblestone streets, lovely residential neighborhoods and charming cafes everywhere, not to mention ...
Story time, soo turns out Lucerne Switzerland is actually a picture perfect postcard town. Incredibly beautiful of course it's winter so there is snow everywhere! The trip in was interesting I really should've slept but couldn't as when we started I was still drunk oops. We did a formal introduction on the bus all individually getting up the front saying a little something about ourselves, pretty smart people on board! So I did my speech about rugby an being ...
... about the size of the farms and the numbers of stock carried the old farmer said the average dairy herd was about seven and they also carried a few sheep or goats and cooks etc. so the good old subsidy system still carries on here despite the introduction of the EU, the only difference being that all the farmers now belong to co-operatives and are able to purchase better equipment and diversify a little more. The whole morning was great fun, despite being ...
... giving it a complete different look and feel to the other Swiss towns. We head towards the main river in town, the first thing we see is the Kaperlbrucke (Chapel Bridge) which was built in 1333. As we cross this old bridge, we admire the many triangular paintings from the 1500s. I explain the history of this bridge to the kids, they listen but then decide to use the bridge as a racing platform. We continue taking our time to ...