From time to time, Living in Nyon takes a look at other English websites in Switzerland and chooses a selection of useful, informative and fun articles for readers.
Beware of the Marching Caterpillars
The first article – “Watch out for the Marching Caterpillars!” comes from the website “Mothering Matters (and Fathering too)” . This website has been providing parenting information to the English-speaking families in Switzerland since 1994. This article on these marching caterpillars that can be found here in Switzerland provides lots of useful advice on what you should do if you see them or if you come into contact with them. The article was written by Dr Michelle Wright, a British – trained general practitioner.
“What’s On” in the world of Swiss Wine
Ellen’s Wine World is a great blog all about Swiss wine. Take a look at the “What’s On” section in this blog that lists upcoming wine events in the area and further afield. Note the open house wine day in Geneva on Saturday the 24th May.
Interview with the Directors of Manor Geneva
Take a look at this interview published on the “Know it All Passport” website with HR Director, Magdalena Boos and Jean-Louis Bornet, Assistant Director of Manor Geneva. Read about Manor, the brand, the present and the future.
Neighbourhood Exchange Boxes
We love this idea of the “neighbourhood exchange” boxes and hope that one day they come to Nyon! There are already 12 boxes in Geneva and 28 scheduled by the year end. Read the article about them here on the “Newly Swissed” site, scroll down on this link to the end of the article.
We are all going to the Zoo
Lausanne Mom has written an interesting post about a visit to Servion Zoo and the Tropiquarium. The zoo is open every day of the year!
Google must respect people’s “right to be forgotten”
Read this article about Google and Switzerland on Swiss Info. Swissinfo.ch is the international branch of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation. Its role is to report on Switzerland and to provide a Swiss perspective on international events.
Travelling in Switzerland – Regional Passes
Diccon Bewes (author of “Swiss Watching”, “Slow Train to Switzerland”) has written useful post on his own blog about the regional train passes here in Switzerland.