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Hopefully dinner will be good !
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... of valuable species can be slowed and eventually stopped." Today, of course, the trends continue to be bleak. "The Snows of Kiliminjaro" are a joke and the mountain is the poster child of rapid glacier loss and the visible effect of climate change. In this area that means the large mammals will be even more stressed by the lack of predictable water. The Masai people are growing ...
We wanted to try these tree adventures during our trip but we didn't have enough time - finally we have today! By searching on internet we discovered this place less than an hour away from Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport and also our hotel.
So after checking out in the morning we drove there and spent the whole afternoon at this adventure park in the forest before heading to the airport ...
... a relaxing afternoon back at our hotel chateau, cycling around the park and villages nearby.
We enjoyed a lovely dinner in the sunset on the terrace at our chateau hotel overlooking the park - our last night of the holidays.
We did not get to bed until 1am and thus slept until 9am this morning. Since we did most of our giant Paris sights yesterday we decided to make a trip to the countryside. More specifically we went to a town about an hours train ride away called Compiegne. We had to run to the train station because we wanted to make the 10:37 train. With seven minutes to spare we sat our little bottoms down in the nice comfortable first class seats. Some people give us weird looks when we get ...
... it's a slow business getting past.
There's more misery just after Heathrow Airport - half an hour of going nowhere, for no apparent reason. But that's the last of it (in the UK, that is). I'm soon making good progress towards Dover - so good, in fact, that I've got a couple of hours to spare.
So there's the chance to make a small diversion to take a look at Canterbury Cathedral. Now, I haven't visited this Cathedral since I was about five years old, ...