On the first day of our stay there, RJ left after breakfast to hold a one-day seminar about data protection/privacy and IT security. I had the day to myself and set off soon after he was gone.
My plan was to walk around the outer rim of the island once, which would take me nearly until lunch time (if I'd keep to a very leisurely pace, allowing for plenty of photo stops), then have something to eat before setting out on another walk, this time to explore the town centre. Depending on the weather, I could take a short boat trip around the bay to Bregenz (Austria), or visit a museum and/or some shops.
At first, the weather didn't look promising. As you can see, the morning light was grey, and it was very windy, with sprinkles here and there, just enough for me to be glad of my hooded rain jacket, but not enough for stopping me from my walk.
Later into the morning, all of a sudden the sun came out. This is the advantage - or the disadvantage - of being near a large body of water such as a big lake or the Sea: The weather changes very quickly.
By now, I had more than halfway surrounded the island. I'll show you the rest in my next post.