Maison Nomade Eco B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... feeling well and it was better I go to bed early. Yesterday I woke early to get in a wonderful yoga practice with only the sound of the rain hitting the tin roof above me and the street light seeping through the window. It was a blissful way to start my day. Again I found another tour that wouldn't take singles so I sat in the common area and read. Eventually someone else in the hostel woke, he had come in late the night before, and he sat across from me. We ...
... a form body-boarding, maybe Chris Taylor fancies giving it a shot... Down by the shore, dressed in wet-suits, life jackets and helmets, our tour guides ran through the safety drill in Spanish and English. Their English was spot on, but what was a little disconcerting was that for every 10 words spoken in Spanish, only 3 English words were used. So off we went, arms stretched out, tucked inside this huge float, with our elbows tucked in the groves to provide a bit ...
... instructors sped off, jumping over obstacles with the greatest of ease. I had no choice but to follow them so gingerly, I pursued. However, due to my lack of technique, 'gingerly' became 'really bloody fast' in a matter of seconds. Inevitably, I fell off. A lot. With my first fall I took out Colin's bike from underneath him (sorry Colin!) And the falls kept getting worse (C: At the risk of sounding like a callous and rather uncaring boyfriend, a couple of Ruby's ...
... we aren't going to be new avid ice climbers. Enjoying a beer on the patio at yesterdays restaurant we reflected on the thrills and challenges of the morning before heading back to camp for an afternoon rest.
After campsite dinner of vegetable fajitas which we loved we wandered back into town to utilise the internet rather than heading to the hot springs with the rest of the group. Provided our previous subsequent health problems following a visit to the thermal baths we ...
... than expected and really requires huge amounts of energy and concentration (when Vin admits it’s hard you know it’s probably the case!) We see some of the early starters descend – including some with skis and snowboards. Vin is feeling genuinely gutted at this point, as the slopes are really beautiful. As we approach the top we see other groups coming down, and Claudio is not happy with some of them – it’s obvious that the guides are not ...