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All is packed in blue suitcase, nails are polished with turquoise color, and my swim suit is looking forward to get wet in blue warm ocean :) Thanks to everyone who helped me with advises to arrange my trip! I would try to post my adventures in this blog and You should get updated with my news :) Enjoy! ------------------------------ Все вещи упако ...
... being extremely damp is home to many different
varieties of mushrooms, ferns and moss. On the way down we met up with an Adder
Snake which had just shed its skin.
The interesting part of the descent is that although it is
extremely steep and rocky, there are tracks that indicate that some maniacs
actually ride mountain bikes down these paths.
Eventually we arrived at a small group of chalets called
Gueuroz. These were probably holiday homes but a few ...
... and taking hundreds of photos, we decided it was time to get out of the cold and have a hot chocolate at the restaurant (yes, there is a restaurant at the top!) before heading back down on the Gondola. Darryl, the boys and I were walking over a connecting-bridge when Darryl slipped on some ice and dropped our precious camera over the edge of the bridge! I was far more concerned about the camera than I was about D (who was fine by the way!). He dropped it on the mountain-side of ...
Today was an incredible day in Chamonix! We caught the cog railway (much to Austen's delight!) from the town centre up 1000m to the Montenvers Mer de Glace, which is a huge glacier located on the northern slopes of the Mont Blanc mountain range.
It is the cutest little red cog railway train which climbs the mountainside running through the forest, often with cliffs on one side and steep forest covered embankments on ...
... quiet. None of the shops are open. Is it lunchtime? Ah we'll, lunch at Maccas. Clean loo, and we can guess the menu without too much difficulty. Here we are at the front of the queue, and oops, we are in a different country and they use Swiss Francs here, rather than Euros. Thank goodness for the credit card. 12.90 Swiss francs for a Big Mac. What does that equate to in NZD? Probably lots, so we would prefer ...