Tag: Caravanning at Altitude

The End of the Line – Sixt Fer-à-Cheval

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Kismet at The End of the Line – Camping le Pelly, Sixt Fer-à-Cheval

Flash floods, Unlucky Jim, Killer Sheepdogs – & The Kamikaze Chemi Khazi!

19th August – We are beneath a bowl of mighty peaks, so close to Switzerland that we could yodel over Les Dents Blanches to order a cuckoo clock, an army knife and some smooooth milk chocolate. The views are amazing; rocky peaks, patched by bright green hanging valleys with snow-melt cascades free-falling for hundreds of feet down sheer, limestone walls.

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The Knowledge – Toilet Training

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A measure of something’s significance could be the number of words in the language to describe it. And we Brits DO have a lot of words for Toilet…

A measure of something’s significance within a culture could be the number of words  in the language to describe it.  It is a myth that the Inuit have over 100 words for snow, but we Brits do have rather a lot of words for Toilet. Let’s face it, in Britain, we get joy from a John, take pride in our Privies and we just LOVE the Lavvie!

Go on any caravan forum and it won’t be long before the subject of toilets crops up. Continue reading “The Knowledge – Toilet Training”