Today, on “Maddie’s Adventures in Switzerland”: a tram accident, lots of French food, and a day trip to a Swiss town whose mountains are straight from a wanderlust Pinterest board.
After 9 days of living in Geneva, I’ve begun to recognize some of the norms of Swiss culture and society. Storefront windows displaying artisan cheeses and watches; a linguistic fusion of French, German, and Italian on food labels in grocery stores; and the ubiquitousness of the letters “CH”...
I’ve (almost) reached the close of my first week abroad, so it’s time to tell y’all what I’ve been up to.
For all you curious souls asking about our itinerary for the next six months, I’ve compiled a tentative outline of our schedule. (Nana, this one’s for you.)
Once upon a time, a young Maddie fell in love with acting and the theatre. I wanted to stay with theatre for the rest of my life. But I also craved financial security and a slightly more stable future, things that theatre could not provide, and so I turned to the heavens.