Les Bains de Saillon
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... much the scope of the day, got to go, my book is calling me. -- Tali A rather disappointing end to the hike - with the pouring rain and poor visibility up the mountain, it made no sense to attempt today's walk. Instead we took our time in the hotel and had a relaxing breakfast and packed up our backpacks for the last time. ...
... our way to le Peuty, passing a heard of cows and our first goats. As the day was supposed to be a pleasant hike (14km, 2500ft) and feeling bad about missing the Fenetre d'Arpette the day before, we bumped into some fellow travellers who said they were heading to the col de Balme as well but rather were going via the Chalet de glacier. This was an hour from our current location, back up the mountain (and 45 minutes from our days original starting point!). Not to ...
... cute - so 4 entrances poorer and 2 blow up animals along with 2 floaty rings later and we were set to embark on a Badi experience.
My very favourite food, I mean absolute favourite…beyond chocolate, coffee and raclette, is….
anything made by someone other than me.
And for the record, that includes coffee, chocolate and raclette.
That night we had my ...
... play, fun. It took us all of - 2 HOURS - to get ready! Ya…I don’t get it either. Wait. Avaia was with us. That’s right…it’s all coming back to me. Perfect panties. Sigh….……right. “Nooooooooo!!!!!! I NEEEEEEEEEED MY PERFECT PANTIES!!!!!!’ “Avaia chatzli (term of endearment), we are going to the pool. Swimming. No panties! Badcleid (swim suit)” “Swimming mama?!” eyes perked ...
During our enforced stay in Stresa, my GLW was chatting with the nice lady in charge of the tie and scarf shop. She was explaining our troubles with Red, and was expressing her doubts as to whether Red would be able to get over the Alps, which was to be our next leg. The lady confirmed that our route over the Simplon Pass would indeed be steep and hairpinny. Also, a lot of major construction work would be bound to delay us en route. The journey would take ...