Hi, I would like to either start a crafts group, or join an existing one, in geneva. The idea is simply to meet up once or twice a week and spend some time together doing whatever craft-y activity one is into. Mine is jewelry making but it could be quilting, patch-work, whatever. Each person could do whatever is their passion. I love beading but sitting around alone is kind of de-motivating. I would be happy to have it at my place for a small group (4-5 people, postcode 1203). No charge, tea/coffee supplied gladly:-) Anyone interested? M.
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is it ok to live in this country and not try and learn 1 of the languages? I know people all have different jobs and are in different circumstances, but is it really ok to live here and make no effort at all to learn 1 of the languages? Even if just here for a short time, surely everyone should try?! I am not saying people need to be fluent, but is it not just basic respect to try and make an effort in the Country's language, and not expect everyone to speak English?
Hello everybody! I was wondering if any of you could help me with the current research I'm conducting. University assigned me to research and collect all the possible data about retirement homes in Geneva and its area. If any of you had a chance to encounter such facility, could be so kind and share your insights about it with me? Thank you in advance! Have a lovely day!
Hello everybody, I am of a Moroccan origin but live for the moment in Madrid. I will be moving to Geneva for good in a couple of months to join my husband and settle down there. As a teacher of English as a second language and translator(Arabic/spanish/french to English), I am currently looking for a job there for the new academic year. Any suggestions of reliable websites or companies where I can apply? or some useful contacts for potential employers? Also I would like to get to meet new people in Geneva to exchange experiences and interests. Thanks in advance and looking forward to hearing from you all. regards, Nadia
Hello im Mae lyn Guevarra came from Philippines but currently living now in Norway as an Aupair. Im going to finished my contract by last week of May 2015. I am looking for a fulltime job or live in Nanny.i been working more than 4years as an Aupair so that i have many experience especially taking care of children.If you want more information about me just feel free to send me a message.here`s my email add. email@example.com Big regards! Maelyn :)
Hello all, I'm a Zurich-based writer, editor and education consultant looking to make the move to Geneva for personal and professional reasons. I would be grateful if anyone could provide me with some information on business networking events around the city that might be of use. I should also say that I will be in Geneva on the 12th and 13th of March. Many thanks in advance for any information you can offer. Regards, Adam
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Hi! We arrived in Geneva just over 2 weeks ago. My husband works in Geneva and will be paying Swiss tax. As we cannot afford the rents in Geneva we are considering making the classic move across the border to live in France, namely Thoiry. It seems however that both France and Switzerland are now making this harder and harder for people to do. I have 2 questions/issues:- 1. Does anyone have any good recommendations or first hand experiences of giving birth in hospitals on the France side? 2. We are waiting for final confirmation from various Healthcare providers in Switzerland but it now looks problematic and impossibly expensive to take out Swiss insurance as a "frontalier", even with just Lamal. Is anyone else is the same situation or can anybody offer advice or know how or where I can get proper advice on this matter? Many thanks Alison Petty
Ok this might be a bit premature but myself and some friends are planning a weekend break in december to do some christmas shopping! Geneva is one of the destinations on our wish list as it will be snowy and christmassy and there are great flights from most airports in the UK. Is it worth the trip? is the shopping good there?