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... even managed an afternoon sleep. Amazing.
In the late afternoon the sun finally showed itself, and we
braaied under the setting sun.
Cycling in Switzerland is fantastic. Almost everywhere you
go there are cycle paths and the way that other road users respect you is
nothing short of amazing, especially for us coming from South Africa. The paths
are well sign posted which certainly helps in areas where you can easily get
... to ride for 2 hours up the mountain to a stunning
area called Creux du Van which is an incredible amphitheater of vertical
limestone cliffs plunging down to the valley floor below. Although the view was
definitely worth it, the bike ride was certainly challenging. Although we only
rode 38kms the vertical climb was 680 meters. The ride up was 2 hours, the
return trip was 20 ...
... some kind of rest day.
From Boudry we drove back to Colombier and checked into our
campsite. After a good supper, still feeling too energetic we went out on an
exploratory bike ride to check out our immediate surrounds. Colombier lies on
the Northern shore of Lake Neuchatel and we had a look at some of the beautiful
holiday homes of the rich and famous that are built along its shores. One can
only dream about such ...
... note are the tin roofs that were put on the west side of the houses, I guess to insulate and protect against the prevailing winds.
Today's winds however were from the North West, the Bize, and were pretty cold despite a gorgeous sunny day. Elliot proved to be well behaved and in all, we got to see quite a bit. After the hike, we had a drink, Elliot feed and onto Lac de Joux. ...
... bass. Wicked.
The sun is beating down outside as we keep moving through the city, talking about travels and everything that happened since the last time we met. Eventually we come across a wicked sculpture for no apparent reason – a giant spider’s web from cable complete with oversized eight-legged arachnid. Amy doesn’t know why it’s there – it’s like a piece of creative graffiti in the available space. It’s nice the art movement is ...