I have no memory why I called this post “the big laundry machine”, but maybe you do. We woke up and reluctantly accepted the arrival of this Swiss Thursday. Roamed the apartment and ate everything
I have no memory why I called this post “the big laundry machine”, but maybe you do.
We woke up and reluctantly accepted the arrival of this Swiss Thursday. Roamed the apartment and ate everything edible like dinosaurs and concluded that our plan for today had already failed. We took our bikes through the beautiful beautiful city to the museum where Holger is working and had a short tour there.
Then I went to a strategy game store and showed my game. They were interested in buying a copy but didn’t want to pay the freight cost from Czechia but advised me to take the game to the Essen board game fair, to which all serious game stores come with an empty car to load up on unusual releases.
Then I went to the university to find the Japanese department, but they had none. Then I went towards the great viewing point. On the way I stopped and had a rest outside one of those houses where heroin addicts get their stuff.
I found a hole with two depressed bears in it and then I joined the Japanese in walking up the hill from which there is an amazing view over Bern but yesterday night didn’t allow me to get up there so I went home instead.
I had planned to visit Huyen in Zurich today (she is also from 7th Heaven), but she suddenly had to go on a business trip abroad so I stayed at Holger’s and sat in front of the computer, e-mailing people, writing blog and uploading photos. Holger himself had to drink beer with some biologists. In his native Liechtenstein there are only 3 positions for his type of profession, and the next one of those 3 to retire will retire in 7 years. But if Liechtenstein will build up its own spider collection, then Holger is the man for the job, but it will require some beer. More pictures.