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Since I moved to Fribourg I’ve been trying out a lot of new cool beers. They have a lot of really GOOD beers that I never heard of before, plus the imported beers are very cheap for some particular reason.
Homer’s duff (which is brewed in Germany) is really popular and I quite enjoy it.
A local beer that I tried lately though is Calvinus, apparently it’s brewed in Geneve.
It comes in two types – white Calvinus “biere blanche” which is AMAZING. It has the pure, clean, particular white beer taste plus a really natural and original flavor and aftertaste on top of it. You can feel that it’s an artisanal brewed beer.
The other one is Calvinus “blonde bio”. It’s very good as well, one of the best blonde beers I’ve had – they mention it’s unfiltered but that’s not obvious when drinking it.
Anyway, really excited about Swiss beers and would strongly recommend a Calvinus if you find it in Switzerland (I heard it’s available in some other countries as well).
This is the most impressive and emotional trailer I’ve ever seen:
I still get goosebumps every time I watch it. After I saw it, I was afraid to watch the movie. Either because I feared it won’t be as good as the trailer, or because it would be too shocking.
The movie was as impressive as I expected, maybe more.
Weirdly familiar and real-life realistic scenes combined with surreal symbols and fantasies.
All the symbols, hints and senses in the movie point to the same thing, but couldn’t put my finger on it until my wife told me what she thought of the movie: the fears of a 6 year old amazing human being, fears which she puts behind her ideals and everything or everybody she loves, in her natural understanding of the world and everything that is around her.
A magical and amazing display of a little powerful soul fighting oryxes. This picture moves me every time I see it
only a few reasons why living in Paris really really sucks
Anyway, to make a long story short, I probably had my share of difficulties with France (so I am a bit subjective) but please, think twice if you’re planning to relocate in the city of love. It’s not all pretty and nice (it’s actually the opposite).
I just left Paris/France and I can tell you even leaving the place is as horrible as moving in. I had to fight with my landlord to get her to setup a date when she can come to inspect the apartment – plus it seems like I might get my deposit back but only after two months. Apparently – that’s the law in France, the landlord can just hold your deposit for two more months after you leave :-|.
I wasn’t able to close my insurances yet (e.g. apartment insurance) they made me send some letters which they LOST a few weeks later.
I wasn’t able to close my edf (electricity) contract yet – they are still working on it.