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Leaving our time warped Novotel after a ****** breakfast we headed a few K's down the road to Chateau Fontainebleau. Amazing history there. And beautiful gardens. Hard to believe this was a hunting lodge. Kat decided to chase some swans and we had a nice stroll around the grounds despite the rain. Note to self. Waterproof jacket tonight. After a great tour of creaky old Fontainebleau we hit the road again. This time with the GPS set to ...
... a swear. They thought i wasn't having dinner with them tonight so they brought us desserts last night as well. HEHEHEHEHEH. I swear i must have put weight on that most certainly isn't muscle. I'm curious to get on the scale when I'm home. I don't really care ill lose it very fast anyway. I even brought myself this chocolate burger. It was half the size of a Mackers hamburger and even came in a little burger container. Naw. Plus it was freaking good. For me France will ...
... plus, they brought me this huge dessert thing. Imagine a chocolate filled eclair the shape and size of a baseball covered in delicious chocolate sauce. Then. Put a liquorish? don't know the spelling... swirl on top and THEN put more chocolate sauce on it at then top it with a chocolate macaroon. Whoa that thing was good. Still somehow i managed to climb.
So i think I'm looking after the kids again, although they haven't actually really told me yet. No problem ...
... straight for Fontainebleau. Took an hour or so in total. And within 20 minutes of meeting my new hosts I was already in a car on the way to go bouldering and have a picnic. The couple are nice, A Chilean woman and a man who is German Canadian and other residencies too. The climbing is great and vast. Although its crazy how many people are there too its a very popular forest. The climbing is very similar in style to Castle Hill in Christchurch but ...
... made the dogs bark and in turn Dodge, we had a good night. Went off to Aldis before continuing the next morning to get bread and came back with a chainsaw, like you do! Stef couldn’t resist a bargain at 129€ and a 3 year guarantee especially as we have contacts now in the wood department in Sainte-Marie-de Campan.
The great thing about France is that there appears to be little concentrated use of chemicals on the land or at least it is not ...
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