What can you expect? Women of all ages and nationalities. You will meet many of the Club’s 40+ volunteer activity leaders while sipping a steaming cup of fresh-brewed coffee and nibbling from plates of delicious home-baked treats.
The school was built in such a way as to let the Bisse -our cold northerly wind- pass through the square in order to stimulate enlightenment.
This easy, downhill hike is absolutely stunning with it’s mossy forest canopy, imposing cliffs and fairytale stone bridges.
“Give as much time as you are comfortable with, making sure that there are moments of rest for you, and set boundaries…before you are too tired and ‘drip’ resentment and negativity.”
Peer support is not only for patients. It’s also there for the silent heroes who, either out of love or out of goodness, provide an unwavering support, for months or sometimes years, to someone diagnosed with cancer.
Politically active, this woman elegantly captured the controversies of Napoleon’s reign.
The AIWC Welcome Coffee (casual presentation at 10:30) is a great way to learn about our resources and opportunities to explore Geneva and Switzerland with other women.
Looking for a Swiss adventure? Choose an out-of-the way valley and hop on the yellow postal bus. That’s what I did.
Swimming in the Rhone is great fun but knowing about the river before jumping in is important. Drowning is the second most common cause of death to adolescent boys in Switzerland and the thrills involved with swimming in rivers and jumping from bridges is particularly alluring to boys 15 to 20 years old.
The parasite actually develops in snail but looks for a warm host to lay its eggs.