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You certainly mean homemakers, right...

Just had to Google Housewife and Homemaker - I didn't know there was a difference...
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Old 12.08.2011, 14:53
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Maybe doing a couch surfing holiday? http://www.couchsurfing.org/
A good suggestion and if you search a while you can find some folks of your own age group and possibly even in the same sort of profession that would have you stay a week. The learning experience of living with locals will really give you a great flavour for the country. I can't suggest enough putting some effort into doing this.
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Plus there is a shortage of English-speaking head doctors in Basel. (imho)
not only English-speaking. You can ask any Zürcher....

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Re: Moving to liberal CH??

Since you're a doc, how would one treat genetical obstinate lunacy please? My friend... err.. twin brother.. someone I know suffers from it but is too stingy to visit a pro.
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Isn't that what that wonderful Swiss health care is for?
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