Park & Suites Confort Annemasse
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... for in French, which I don't speak), and grocery shopping (less French required, just "bonjour" and "merci"). I went on a little stroll along the lake with some other students, and we wandered through our neighborhood, seeing if we could get back on our own. There are so many bourgie stores near us: Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Dior, Hermes, etc. I have never seen so many watches in my life... Now everyone is just making dinner and hanging ...
... in that the food is very nice, and very rich, and we are pretty sick of it. Salads and soups are very popular with us during the day. Dinner we pick. We are cooks, cleaners, fixers, helpers, arrangers, shoulders, information service and general dogs bodies.Its not glamorous, or well paid. Be fair to say that PJ does the bulk of the work downstairs, and I mostly prep, cook, clean up stairs.
Saturday is a big day, with food prep, stores arriving by rat track, and ...
... rusty, especially with my listening/comprehension skills - everyone speaks so quickly! - but I've been able to make myself understood all day, at grocery stores and patisseries and train stations alike. I'm looking forward to improving, and especially to my ears catching up with my mouth.
Tomorrow begins orientation, so I'll be visiting the campus (about thirty minutes away from the dorms, just outside the city) for the first time ...
... things contributed to this decision, and ultimately all that matters is that I am very happy to be returning home in 50 days. And as I'm learning quickly, my happiness is my priority.
In the meantime, however, I'm looking forward to enjoying each of those 50 days and all of the journeys and learning that remain! Up next, I'm super excited to be traveling to Ardèche, ...
Day minus 207: Geneva to French Alps
So......... the first blog entry starts on the first cycling day of the Alpine Raid, a holiday with 6 days of cycling taking us from Geneva, through the Alps and finishing in Antibes in the French Riviera.
An awesome challenge with climbs reaching altitudes 5 times higher than anything I'd done before in the UK. Sadly things didn't go to plan ...