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What a day ! We drove 90mins to Lac Aiguebelette and had a wonderful day. By chance we were able to wander into the athletes area and cruised around all their tents. Just like a Sunday picnic, except, stationery bikes, kids paddling pools and rowing boats everywhere. We tracked down the Kiwi's and quickly took a photo and moved on. We watched the activity on the athlete's screen, went and saw the boats being weighed and really felt part of the action. ...
... br> As I parked, he was just getting off his bike, he used that universal phrase to say how much fun it had been riding up, something like 'mother f.....'
It's not a tough one to work out, we laughed about that then I went off down the other side.
Now I was experimenting with still shots on the go pro, so will be fun finding out whats on there.
Obviously once I can get them off the camera ...
By James: Tuesday 1st September was my first day in my new French School, Montessori-Mont Blanc. There are a total of 15 of us in the School. There is my NZ School Principal (Pete) and a French Teacher (Isabella). FB (a New Zealander ...
... to the Aguille du Midi comes in at 57€ (But, it's 100% worth it!) Jaga and I managed to get a few climbing routes done during the 7 days we were there, and I think both of us considered our trip there to be a success (though it fell far short of our Disney hopes and dreams). On our first day in Chamonix, when it was still rainy and foggy, we headed to the chairlifts on the opposite side of the valley to the Aguilles Rouge. The Rouge is a ...
... been if we'd tried to buy a car privately. To top it all off, Ron got into this left hand drive car, and drove all the way home on the right hand side of the road.....with no problems with gears, indicators or roundabouts - what a legend!
It is no wonder some of these European countries suffered severe economic problems as a result of the GFC. Apparently more than 25% of the French population are employed in some capacity as public servants. I ...