Thanks. By the way, I cycled past a 'Gavroche' café in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne a few hours ago. Who or what does 'gavroche' refer to ?What a trip you are on. Plenty of memories to take back home. By the way, Canicule is the French word for Heatwave. Enjoy the rest of your trip. I look forward to more beautiful scenery photos.
Yes, I use the tablets also, and occasionally switch to plain water when I feel like it. The 'eau potable' in every village is rather nice, isn't it?Some lovely roads you've been on there. One of the great things about the alpine villages are the water troughs to refill and cool down at. As for electrolytes I like to keep them separate from the water. So tablet form. I just have flavourings in my water.
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