Spa Hotel Zedern Klang
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... I stood and watched...yet another of the most incredible thunderstorms (see Six Months to Live, Pangkor Island, White Heat White Light) we have ever seen. This one was totally different. In Malaysia, the lining was sheet. Here it was forked. And not just forked but forked with stars on, quite literally. For an hour or so we watched from outside the tent, before the heavy rains came as accompaniment. Then we climbed in the tent and watched cosily as the tent lit up, ...
... and Italian - with German taking priority. You are in Italy, but seemingly only in name - and petrol prices (diesel jumped to £1.05 a litre). The Dolomites were stunning. Everywhere is stunning. People talk of Britain being uniquely beautiful but it isn't really. Yes, it's beautiful, because of our climate creating greenery. But central Europe has this on a grand scale that makes us look like the small, quite insignificant (certainly in relation to what we think of ...
... camp, Roelof and I cycled all over the city on a different sight seeing mission... to find a new helmet. We suceeded, which was grand since we had a lunchtime beer drinking session planned at the famous Hofbrauhaus with my very dear German friend Davidi (we met when I was 15 years old on student exchange in Dormund). Beer in 1L glass jugs merged with sausages of all types, it was time to embrace German cuisine. ...
However, the climbing had gotten much steeper in this last section and the path more treacherous, unnervingly so, very narrow with sheer drops on either side. I wasn’t enjoying it, apart from the fact I didn’t want this sort of challenge today, for some reason I felt unusually clumsy and actually felt unsafe.
Usually my walking poles give me great confidence in such situations as they provide greater ...
... to my challenge I returned via the high route which I loved, but it was a bit hairy at times.
Apparently several bloody battles during World War I took place on the Cime di Lavaredo because of its strategic position so close to the Austria-Hungary border. Italy was allied to England and France and declared war on Austria-Hungary in ...