Travel Blogs from Riva Del Garda
... the colour of a minute ago. Whenever we asked her what a colour was we got, "not sure", even though she usually points it out if we get one wrong (not that we don't know our colours but sometimes we don't know what she's pointing at, OK).
We were very sorry to be going but we've got a schedule to keep - sort of - and the campsite isn't the cheapest. We said goodbye to the people we'd met around us ...
... looking for somewhere nice to stop for our picnic . Given such a lovely path in such a scenic area we thought there would be plenty of options but this was not the case and there wasn't really any nice picnic areas. Eventually we could go no further and we found a table where we could stop and it was a real glass half full/glass half empty type of place. Looking at the table from one end we could see the busy road behind ...
I woke at 7.00am so snuck out of the room to write my diary
and chat to John on facebook. Greta & Immy arrived at 9.30am to use the
internet while Malcolm and Lizzie headed into Asiago to photocopy maps. Laura
was still in bed when they arrived so we had a late breakfast then headed into
Asiago to run a sprint course that Malcolm set. The boys came too and found a
place to hire bikes – 20 Euros for 24 hours, so ...
... br> Malcolm and Immy to run on a map near Kubelek. She was just going to have a forest run but
ended up doing the course, which she said was easier terrain to run in than
Alpe Adria event.
After dinner I loaded up my first album of photos on to
facebook and sorted out an email to the JWOC team with the updated transport
arrangements and timetable. Bed by 11.00pm
... The prizes were sponsors products and extremely generous. Tim got a magnum of bubbly, 3 bottles of sparkling wine, cheese, pasta and a cheese board. With Lizzie, Greta and Malcolm all picking up prizes we had an excessive amount of bubbly, cheese and pasta to take back!
It was a late night and we didn’t get home until midnight. There had been a thunderstorm so my orienteering shoes that had been drying outside were soaked through!