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... with you, you automatically think about how much it weighs, how log you will carry it, and how much is it worth to you. My life is carried on my back right now. Every map, piece of clothing, scrap of food, and souvenir. So I'd thought I'd share of my bag and what I'm currently carrying. About half of this is clothes. I also have some soap bottles for me and Sara (her bag is smaller so I carry a few extra thugs), food, some cords for charging things, and an extra pair of ...
... two gay female couples with children - we wondered if we'd hit Garda gay week when we first arrived) and drove a couple of hours to stop just inside Austria. We stayed the night in a car park in a little industrial area - sounds crapy but was actually very pretty (outside the immediate vicinity) surrounded by the Tirolean mountains. It would have been perfect if not for the regular freight trains running about 100m ...
... really good bike path which runs for 80km along a river so we were planning to do a bit of this. The mountains rise up on either side and in the middle we were riding through fields growing corn, strawberries, apples and juicy pears (are there any other sort) and as we looked ahead there were still the odd clouds clinging to the side of the mountains. It was a nice cool day so the riding was pretty easy and Ruby was ...
... the supermarket is devoted to pasta and we settled on one pack of multi-coloured and one plain. We got everything we needed and then decided to have a bit of a walk around the town. Everything was shut for whatever the Italian equivalent of siesta is so it was pretty quiet so we walked to a park that had some awesome trees. They were just huge and there was quite a range with my favourite being one that looked like it had purplish leaves ...
... happy – they went off
exploring leaving us to run the sprint. Laura and I walked back to our hotel
via the gelato shop - white chocolate and apricot chocolate chip for me…and
Mint and watermelon for Laura! We also bought some interesting looking almond
biscuits for lunch – pistachio and Mount Etna (sultana and raspberry sauce
topping) They were very sweet and tasted like the almond paste on a Christmas
cake – ...