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... they had to get around obstacle courses and were judged on how well they did it. When our team finished we left and went home. We lit the fire as it was a bit chilly (quite a change from the previous week!) and played a game of Jungle Speed and Uno and Yahtzee. After the games we watched the soccer. And Netherlands beat Mexico 2-1 Love ...
Once again we were reluctant to leave a place we had fell in love with - Talloires. It really is a place with so much to offer in both summer and winter. We've loved visiting Annecy and Geneva, the lake activity, the outdoors such as waterfall hikes, biking and paragliding and can imagine what fun a family would have there in the winter. So this morning we packed up our things managing to strategically offload some items that we knew we would not require any more and did not ...
... with this news as it means I will spend tonight enjoying the hotel facilities I've missed these past two nights, eg., a proper bed with sheets and blankets, Wi-Fi, etc. I didn't include bathing facilities in this short list as I did eventually discover a bath and shower at my last night's lodgings. They were at the very top of the house which I hadn't explored earlier in the day.
The route today took me through a combination of ...
... I won't be able to have a shower. As I'm walking alone, and wearing 'odour control' walking gear, it' basically a case of 'pas de problem'.
One last thing before I go: this town is famous for being the place where a certain Napoleon Bonaparte studied. There are monuments to him everywhere and there is also a musuem not 5 feet away from where I'm sitting. I really should be in there rather than blogging to you lot. Au revoir for ...
... walk in an hour. I reckon I'm averaging a very modest 3-4kms per hour, yet when the chips were down I managed to achieve a quite impressive 5kms over one 60 minute period. It didn't last!
Given where I am, it should not surprise you to hear that I also spent a lot of time walking through vineyards that are harvested for the champagne houses of the region. There were lots of people working the fields, including the ...
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