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... much the scope of the day, got to go, my book is calling me. -- Tali A rather disappointing end to the hike - with the pouring rain and poor visibility up the mountain, it made no sense to attempt today's walk. Instead we took our time in the hotel and had a relaxing breakfast and packed up our backpacks for the last time. ...
The day started out pretty normal with clouds threatening and the odd drop of rain. Our goal today was to head over into France once again via the col de Balme, on the border of France and Switzerland. Well me made it, but not quite as planned... After leaving the Col de la Forclaz we headed towards the hamlet of le Peuty, but somewhere along the way we missed a turn and ended up in Trient - this was after a fair bit of downhill... Up we go again and finally ...
I'm no train expert, but I'm pretty sure that trains come to platforms and those that go to docks are...
"EVERYONE! WE HAVE TO GET TO THE BOAT!"
Imagine, if you will, BOB Jr hauling %***#% down the rail pal form to the docks with 1 kiddo, 2 back packs, Talia gleefully running beside me in her sweetly coordinated and 'doesn't the wind make her dress Sooooo swishy' outfit beside the lovely and coordinated Angela who serenaded us in ...
... sure she could have beat us if she wanted to.
We were happy when we got back to the car, relieved we survived, I was happy no real harm had come to Ci other than a bit of pride, and some grazing and bruising, and he hadn’t re-broken his wrist. We will go back with GoPro, but I think we will only do the top half again, mid week when there are less serous cyclist about.
We then went back down into Chamionix for the small Carrefour supermarket we spotted,(this ...
... told the story of how the different chocolate companies in Switzerland merged to form the massive conglomerate that today we call Nestle. After that, we entered a room where we could taste cocoa beans, and other things that go well with chocolate, such as almonds, hazelnuts and cashews. There is a true science to chocolate making, as all the posters on the wall bore testament to. Funnily enough, our attention was quickly drawn away to the mini chocolate production line at the other ...