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... go. I know it will be difficult to leave my boyfriend and family but I'm so excited to meet new people, to see a new country and live this amazing adventure through journalism.
See you tomorrow at my Frankfort' stopover.
In five days, I'll be leaving Geneva for an amazing adventure. This week is going to be busy, because I still have to do a lot before the departure.
I did already all my paperwork for the travelling, my vaccines are all done and my luggages are almost ready too.
Now, I have to read a lot about South Africa and the history about Cap Town, to be able to write good articles when I'll be there.
... why. As the pictures show, it is post card perfect. We had a quick nap on the beach and then it was back home for the next adventure. This one is pretty good. I was invited to the birthday party of the girlfriend of a friend of a friend I had only met the day before. So I decided to be all kinds of social and break down all the normal awkwardness that could accompany such an occasion. With the help of a dear friend called whiskey I started talking to everyone, whether ...
... them. So instead of spending my first saturday in geneva all by my lonesome like I had originally expected I went to a beautiful wine festival in the rolling swiss countryside with 98 other interns all there ready to get their wine on in rain or shine...because 5 CHF for hours of unlimited wine is something most people living on a strict budget would not pass up. and Guess What?! some of them stuck! ...
... did not take us long to do so...mind you with shops all closed, it kind of went a little quicker...we ended at this cool mall, called La Combe, it was closed but I think it had some neat shops, next time I am there I will have to stop in and see the deals...Thankfully we shopped in the ski area and in Geneva prior so we got some cool souvenirs.
The town itself is very picturesque and definitely has a Roman period feel to it...it even has a very ...