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... 8221; lasted approximately 90 minutes before it was time to board the cog rail train to Mer du Glace. We were able to the abrasive effects of a former glacier on the geography of the mountain. It looked almost like a quarry.
After our two Alpine excursions, a nice meal, and a brief walk through the town, Attilio whisked us back to the heat and humidity of Geneva, where we promptly crashed and burned to regain our ...
... hours we had a baguette, then walked 1hr down the mountain back to camp. In the afternoon we went to Chamonix and booked a guided tour for some hiking and mixed climbing up at Aiguille du Midi tomorrow morning. So excited!! We hired our gear, bought the most delicious pastry, met our guide, then took the bus back to camp. An awesome ...
... it because
when I left that evening I drove through a swarm and must have splatted dozens
of them! There was even one stuck in the windscreen wiper the next morning just
to rub it in.
Next stop was Grenoble. On the way there it suddenly struck me that all the Sunflowers in
the fields had died almost overnight. They all looked very sad and droopy,
losing their petals after a month of looking like a Van Gogh painting. Also the
smell of onions was all around as ...
... but victorious! About a minute later (ticket taker lied!) we feel the train start moving and we finally exhale. And it’s only noon!
We settle in for the three and a half hour ride, slowly realizing this is a pretty comfy train! Even better, we find out they do a free drink service like on air planes. Even better than that, they even do a full on meal! Though most of the food was unidentifiable, we gleefully tried a little bit of ...
... despising) my new found freedom. I have no plan on what I want to do (plans are meant to be broken anyway), but I will most likely head up to northern Thailand.
I am incredibly excited about the upcoming trip and can't wait to get back on an airplane. I will, of course, miss all the creature comforts I have grown accustomed too, but staying in lousy hostels and sharing a bathroom with hundreds of other people is well worth all that I will get to see and experience!