Mt Rosa Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Bison, Penguin and Sparrow (Dawg and Bear relegated to spectators!). Penguin started in the lead and finished in the lead - his account of the race, follows (videos are available on request)! "Penguin was quick to take advantage ofhis pole position, Bison started well but too much weight from the GoPro camera meant Sparrow was off to a slow start. Thereafter it was full throttle as the frontrunners fought for the lead through every corner and down each straight section of ...
We started out with a very warm sunny day and now we end in pouring rain. I actually don't mind walking in the rain, it is cooler, the air is fresh, the bush glitters and the rivers rage.
All the slower walkers jockey for a quick start and again I find myself at the back as we leave it was initially slow progress until I made my way to the front again.
There was meant to have been a beach where ...
... incredibly into it (mainly Charlotte!) and had a great laugh. This is why I love sport. The standard wasn't great and the rules unknown yet you get taken in and get involved. Not much else does that (I think anyway!) We weren't the most prepared though. As everyone else wore ski jackets, the 5 of us wore a combined total of 1 pair of socks between us. My socks. The other 4 were numpties and wore flip flops. We nearly lost a few toes to frostbite. It was absolutely ...
... raining all day which was interesting given the clear blue skies! It was a lot of fun cycling and the views were amazing. The water is so blue and clear it almost doesn't look real. We cycled for 2 hours and covered 20km which isn't bad given we were all hungover. In the evening Claire and I had a walk down to the beach as the weather was still nice and lots of people were down there drinking. We bumped into Paul and a couple of others and stayed chatting to them for a ...
... we were not to be disappointed by such gastronomic delights as Helen's 'Bun Laden', while the "Chief Wiggum' pork burger met with all round approval. The evening was rounded off by an inadvertent tour of the bars in town in an attempt to locate the surprisingly elusive Kate and Ray, whom we then arranged to meet up with again for breakfast. As we emerged from our slumber, the conversation turned to our day's agenda and what Libby and Joe had planned for all their guests during what ...