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... the city, river and parks and once again Jesse managed to track down and English speaking boy and became mates. On day 2 it was starting to rain and we went up the lake towards Lausanne into winery region and a massive parkland area. Unfortunately it was getting pretty wet so we didn't get to do the rope climbing that we had planned for the day. It was much sunnier on the other side of the river so we came back to the East side of the lake ...
... you can see this beautiful metaphor come to life (see pictures). It’s so easy to get caught up in our struggles and the effort that it takes to get past them, we often miss the bigger picture. If our troubles are these rocks, and we look at the whole river, we see that they are rather miniscule in size compared to our whole life, or the entire river. The water doesn’t stop to complain about these rocks, it just finds ...
Continued to head south of Madrid to Spain's Mediterranean coast to visit a desert area where many of Hollywood’s classic westerns were made in the old days. We were told it was an area worth visiting by a couple of Germans we bumped into. By Australian standards pretty ordinary, but for Europeans something quite different.
We followed the coast in a north east direction towards France for a while but quickly lost interest. This is not to say that there ...
... sports people anyway.
The Iron Riders like me had special blue number plates on, and before long I had found and introduced myself to Marg and Pascale, the other two female Iron Riders. The biggest personality I came across was 'Fabio' the most beautiful cyclist in the universe, complete with leopard print furry bike. Lucy even stroked the bike - it was cool (Tony D you have to get one of these)!
... but at the same time she looks exactly the same.
Jamie has organised a walking tour through a part of Lyon where the Silk industry was based. The architecture is pretty plain but when features are pointed out to us like the patterns of windows and the lack of balconies for the workers housing and the improvements in the richer neighbourhood further down the hill, the community seems to come to life more. It is Interesting that the poorer people lived at the top of ...