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... when he started talking about "Jimmy sleeping bag", but it was crushed ruthlessly, and he seems to have completely abandoned the idea ( though he was on my sleeping mat when I went to bed last night). I'm not sure which is more hopeless, his mat or mine - both have about 20 or 30 smudges of silicone or rubber glue on them where I've tried in vain to seal up the myriad holes that they have. It's nothing to do with thorny campsites, they're just rubbish cheap Kathmandu brand ...
... br> After cleaning up and we headed off looking for that nights parking spot.
To tell the truth I can't even remember Plunds where we ended up, I'm sure when I check out the photos it had some highlight but who knows. All I can tell you is we are now in Austria.
You can't even see the border demarkation line, all you can tell is the price of diesel changes.
Oh now ...
Picking Up where we left off, we arrived at JFK and made it on our plane and then they figured out there was a delay..... a 2 hour delay... We sat on the runway and all seemed to keep ourselves entertained until takeoff.... And that's when it happened American Airlines served John Pinard wine in a plastic bottle .... Not good... But he drank it in spite of them. The flight finally landed in Zurich at 9:30am after 10 hours we were glad to get off that plane....the Zurich Airport ...
... bumps read!) We met a couple of Dutch men who had a
life size cardboard cutout of their friend who couldn’t be there as he was
getting married! There were about half a dozen people walking about carrying
oxygen bottles on their back as it is over 2,000 metres high. Some were smoking
at the same time – duh!
Not content with getting that high, there was a steep walk
up to a cafe high above the ...
... trail as she identified all of the colorful little plants that had just sprouted up. There were still patches of snow around. The lakes and villages in this area are all so picturesque and the water was a rich turquoise (even more so when the sun was out). At one point I could hear what sounded like low-pitched wind chimes in the distance and looked around just to realize it was a heard of grazing cows across the valley, all wearing their bells on the neck since they ...