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Enough resting, time to hurt ourselves a bit more. We caught a bus down to Samedan from where we caught a train laden with Japanese tourists to a small station called Spinas. From Spinas the line enters a tunnel which emerges at Preda, we decided that using the train is far too simple and so we set out to walk to Preda over the top of the mountain.
The trail started fairly comfortably, but this was obviously a trap as we soon ...
Waking up stiff, we decided that we should take the day off. So we spent the morning doing some office work before walking into town to do a bit of grocery shopping.
Our plan was to introduce the Swiss to some rugby and so we set off for Stef's house armed with my computer and mini projector.
No rest for the wicked apparently, so on with the hiking boots and hit the road.
We caught a bus down to La Punt before heading up and up and up some more into the mountains until we got to a mountain hut called Escha Hut. The weather was really hot and I think we were both on our limits of endurance.
We climbed around 900 meters in altitude and covered some 18 odd kilometers in ...
... comfortably in a variety of languages. What I found nice about these kids is that they are all pleasant and good mannered and don't appear to have any hang-ups. A real breath of fresh air.
We eventually left the party at around 23.00 and wobbled our way back in the dark. The rest of the party apparently went on till early ...
... Mont Blanc which I believe is about 4,800 metres. The town of Chamonix is at the base of it and is a major ski village in winter, and a base for hikers, mountain bikers and tourists in summer. We got there late one afternoon and planned the next day for me to go up the Auguille du Midi cable car to see Mont Blanc up close and for Phillip to go for a ride up some of the smaller peaks in the area. The next morning we woke to heavy rain which ...