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New in Thalwil

Hello people,

I moved to Thalwil and Switzerland 6 months ago already but it took me some time to find this forum. It's really beautiful here with a very high standard of living and I love it.
I work in science and outside work, I like football, basketball, travelling and collecting.

See you around.
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Old 27.06.2021, 13:22
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Welcome to the Forum. Glad you're enjoying Switzerland so far.
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Old 27.06.2021, 13:32
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Hi, welcome to Switzerland and EF.

What do you collect?
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Hi, welcome to Switzerland and EF.

What do you collect?
Mostly commemorative coins and CDs. Don't have a large collection or anything, it's still pretty new.
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Re: New in Thalwil

Welcome to the Forum and to Switzerland. Thalwil is a lovely place indeed.
I see that you like basketball ��.
The grasshopper Zurich have a section for players over 30 who want to get back in the game. It’s called MaxiBasket.

They train a couple of times a week in good gyms and have fun together. You can check this link and send an email- in English if you’re not fluent in German.
The guy in charge of the MaxiBasket will get in touch with you and give you all the details for a couple of trials and if you like it you can join.

https://www.gc-basketball.ch/kontakt/

Enjoy Summer - whenever it comes…
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Hi and welcome to the forum, and Thalwil!

What is it that you collect? Perhaps our collections might intersect ...
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Welcome to the Forum and to Switzerland. Thalwil is a lovely place indeed.
I see that you like basketball ��.
The grasshopper Zurich have a section for players over 30 who want to get back in the game. It’s called MaxiBasket.

They train a couple of times a week in good gyms and have fun together. You can check this link and send an email- in English if you’re not fluent in German.
The guy in charge of the MaxiBasket will get in touch with you and give you all the details for a couple of trials and if you like it you can join.

https://www.gc-basketball.ch/kontakt/

Enjoy Summer - whenever it comes…
Gmaus
Thanks. That sound really interesting.
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Hi and welcome to the forum, and Thalwil!

What is it that you collect? Perhaps our collections might intersect ...
Hi araqyl.

As I said before, I don't have a large collection or anything but every month I like to spend 100-200 franks or so to buy staff. That would be CDs (most of which I keep sealed), books, commemorative coins, etc.
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