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I have arrived!
Long after stating it to myself and many others, I'm actually doing that whole "take a year off and
What are my plans you ask?
Well, for 3 whole months I will be living and studying in Champs-de-Froges, France! ...Computers can't find it on the map, so Grenoble is the closest!
I arrived yesterday to Geneva, Switzerland and was immediately thrown into ...
... inside the floor is sloping, if it was a hill you could walk along it just fine but because you brain sees a normal corridor you can't make your legs do the walking on a slope thing. It was just like being drunk, I was literally bouncing of the walls. There was a few others in there as well, just like being on a fairground...but cheaper!!!
So I'm now in France, this will be my last country on this trip unless I hit Belgium to visit a mate.
Today's weather meant that we rearranged our plans. It was raining and didn't look like it was going to stop so we decided to abandon our last walk and just pack the car up and head back to Lyon.
pIn Lyon, the temperature was about 10 degrees warmer and some sun and made an appearance. Before getting to Virginie and Michel's house we dropped ...
Day two of walking and today we drove 15 minutes in the car to follow the signs to Le Croix de Cassiny. Over all, the walk was shorter than yesterday but we literally just went up! There were lots of shorts break along the way but we actually got to the cross in a quicker time than the average time stated. 1hr and 5 mins later we were up in the clouds, with ...
The weather looked pretty good this morning but we knew there was a threat of some rain so Virginie made the decision that we would just do a mediocre length walk! We set off walking from the chalet, heading for the summit of Col de Maronne and then down via Signal de l'Homme. 5 or so hours later in mountain conditions, the rain certainly came down so we arrived back wet through!
After dinner, our evening entertainment was watching the Life of David Gale. Great film!