Maeva Residence Le Chamois Blanc
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Woke up to sunshine and an urge to do some exercise. As
usual my travel agent had everything planned and after breakfast we set off on
our bikes to visit the Georges du Trient. This is a beautiful gorge that is
situated on a river that has cut the gorge over 200 meters into the rock. The
cliff faces have been equipped with walkways that allow a visitor to access
deep into the area. Really something special.
From here we saw a path heading up the ...
... they took me away with sirens blasting...lol. A definite first for me. I haven't had the best night sleep and got up just before 7 after laying awake for ages, despite Richie's effort looking after me and making me a bed in the table area whilst he slept on the couch to give me room. He did eventually join me in the early hours as it got cold but after I had climbed over him to leave him to sleep longer I made him coffee in bed when he woke. After we was all up we went ...
... of vertical ladders and metal bridges set against the side of the mountain. After two days and hours of rock scrambling, we were ready for a different kind of adventure, so we chose the ladders. Wow! This way is not for those even remotely afraid of heights! First, we had to walk along a sheer cliff a tiny ledge making our way safe by holding a metal chain anchored into the rock. One wrong step,or slip could send you over the ...
... for a while with a cool drink at the chalet before heading back town in the cable car. Getting later into the afternoon by now, so thoughts and discussion turning towards what to do for dinner. I haven’t been overly inspired by local restaurant options (lots of fondue, tartiflette), so Mitch came up with fantastic do-it-ourselves option (spaetzle from the shop, cooked up with bacon, onion, cheese and crème fraiche – all ...
... big range of preserved sausage with from the more standards to white mould covered variations. They also had cheeses which looked deliciously aged. I have been eating a Comte from the supermarket which I loved, and these looked like the real deal – you could buy a whole wheel (about 1kg or so) for 10 euro, and the amount of mould on them would make you think they had been stored at the back of the sink cupboard! Yummm. Unfortunately I did not have the camera ...