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... So I saw my first European castle, and it was awesome! I also learned more about how disgusting our forebears were (never showering for fear of getting sick), and how ridiculous their beliefs were (they thought if you slept laying down you would die). Most important lesson: Because hallways were not invented until the 18th century, most rooms led directly into each other, and so there was rarely any privacy time. If you were really ...
... today and after my experience at Dubai airport I'm starting to believe she might actually be watching over me. Helen and I stopped after a couple of ski runs for a glass of hot wine at one of the many mountainside cafes. The saucer on which Helen's wine was delivered had a brief reference to the brand of coffee the café served i.e. "Cafes Folliet", but mine had lost the top of ...
New Year's Eve: a time for reflection, a time to commit to the future.
It's been a tough year, tough for me, my toughest ever, but it was tougher for Cate. There is so much I could say, but it's all been said before.
But here we are at NYE. It's another milestone which I thought was going to be hard for me. But 2015 offers a brand new untarnished year offering encouragement to 'move on'. I hate that term because it implies ...
... mother used to buy me the 'Film Fun' annual each year for Christmas and I remember as a kid marvelling at the snowy English Christmas scenes. And now here I am right in the middle of similar and even more stunning landscapes.I feel privileged and very fortunate to be here. My only wish.........I'm sure you know what it is.
After our visit to Annecy we drove back up to La Clusaz where I spent a couple of hours skiing whilst John ...
... orange slugs that were everywhere on the lower slope of the climb. I wish I had stopped to take a photo, these things were just so brilliant cadmium orange coloured.
Anyway, enough of the sideshow and back to the ride. It was a fairly hard grind to the top of Col du Rev Head...I mean Revard. I rode into the mist at the 10km mark and the rain started just after I reached the top. Nobody there to help me with the camera so a selfie was all ...