Hostellerie Les Chevreuils
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... the wonderful scenery of the area.
drunk and its off down to my usual photo spot below the falls. Today this
little area of sandy ground is going to be more than just a photo spot but its
also going to be the area where I'm going to inspect my bike sprockets and
chain and give them a good soaking in oil. At least I wont get into trouble for
splashing oil onto any road or hotel car park etc.
done and its time to get going. I am now ...
... a hot cup of coffee, we proceeded cautiously down the narrow roads to Martigny on the way to Leysin, Switzerland. When we arrived that afternoon at our wonderful Au Bel Air guest house, the storm had passed, delivering spectacular views of several mountain ranges. We enjoyed the warm hospitality of our host, Dominique Delacrois over a glass of wine in his comfy Alps bar and breakfast room. Being a motorcyclist himself, he shared fond stories of his ...
... Chocolate! We were having a chocolate making workshop, just the two of us. They were so nice. The main chocolatier who is Swiss is married to an English lady and he'd just come back from a holiday in Scarborough of all places. Felt a bit guilty about this :).. Anyway, he was so interesting and showed us the whole process from bean and nibs (bits of chocolate) through to the final products. They were making all sorts: salted caramels, ordinary ...
... to start packing lighter.
The small TER regional train departed on time, and the first segment of my journey took me to Vallorcine. There I transferred to another train for the trip to Martigny (CH), and as it turned out that was a most interesting trip. I started chatting with a woman from Bellingham who was heading for Zermatt, and that made the otherwise boring rail trip very pleasant and interesting. At one point, the train travelled along the edge ...
... French speaking Swiss may not or don't understand Swiss-German.
I followed the general framework but anything going technical lost me.
That wasn't the case for the attendees - feedback afterwards during networking was that T did a great job and the presentation was informative, understandable and interesting.
People had come from Lausanne & Zurich and surrounding areas.
Octo had refreshments after: sushi, chips, ...