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... to put on. Over that, I had to put on a shorty. Then I got 8kg of diving led and my jacket with air and everything. Felt like I weighed 100kg and was put in a straitjacket.
But I finally managed to get myself and my gear into the water without sweating too much. Then there were the fins to put on - wearing gloves - but managed that too!
Finally the water took the weight off my shoulders and we could get started!
First exercise: going ...
... roads are not as good as our major freeways yet they put us to sleep at 100 Kms per hour. We arrived at Chur just after 3pm and found our hotel. It is a cute little city and is actually the oldest town in Switzerland. Had the best hot chocolate in the loveliest chocolate shop. It is very close to St Moritz and is surrounded by mountains however due to the rain they are difficult to see. We head off tomorrow to Bellagio and stay put until Tuesday morning. Well earned ...
... at it for too long. He's also totally into money. His means of acquiring it are pretty much the usual - begging, stealing, selling his services or selling merchandise. The first provides a steady trickle, the second is not condoned, the third is usually too much like hard work. Selling stuff is his forte, and rocks are his chosen specialty. Setting up Rock Shop at camp, or lunch, guarantees him a few golden 20s, or even a euro if we're feeling soft. It guarantees ...
... talk with Charlie about "team allies" and "team Germany", and much pondering on our parts about how different his life as a 5 year old is to those in much of the world only 70 years ago. We left France at Huningue near Basel where we had our international day of eating... Brekky in France, lunch in Germany and dinner in Switzerland. A free jazz festival popped up for us on the actual day we were in Basel, unheard of, and we commenced ...
... just for the food, but for the view of the (much smaller here) Rhine valley with Liechtenstein on one side and Switzerland on the the other, the view of the castle, the service, and in particular a sommelier who spent a lot more time with me discussing the paired wines than a solo diner normally merits.
Finally, I had to go to the Prince´s winery. It seems like there are a lot of vineyards around and throughout Vaduz, but all ...
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