Les Chalets de Wengen
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... this area and then security hooked onto us and we didn't get back in ! We then wandered around but it was wet underfoot. Then I had a brainwave to wander into the water to the paddling boats. We were probably the only ones in shorts, so easy. We were now the closest spectators from the boats as they passed. The Silver Fern Flag from home was flying and enabled us to have a "private" wave with Mahe Drysdale. Paul is back on Saturday for some of the ...
... br> As I parked, he was just getting off his bike, he used that universal phrase to say how much fun it had been riding up, something like 'mother f.....'
It's not a tough one to work out, we laughed about that then I went off down the other side.
Now I was experimenting with still shots on the go pro, so will be fun finding out whats on there.
Obviously once I can get them off the camera ...
... his whole life in somewhere else) and I have a project to do on Sir Edmund Hillary. I enjoyed playing ball tag at school. That night, the three NZ families went out for dinner. School was great and especially because we have Wednesday's off. ...
... each had a cheese and bread and salad plate. The views from this refuge are beautiful, with Mont Blanc above in a vast white mountaintop area, and the view down of the town way below.
After lunch we went on up to the Aiguille du Midi, in our opinion the most fantastic cable car system in the world and a totally amazing engineering feat. There is always something going on at the top and there are several terraces from which ...
... in Disneyland! At $130 a night, surely there must be drinking water included, right? Not so much. Not at ALL actually! You are welcome to buy it though - at $7 per liter! So, in addition to a full pack with climbing gear, we packed in about 12 liters of water. I think that was the heaviest backpack I have ever carried and I was actually worried that the straps might break. I can't overstate this enough: Getting dropped off at the Aguille du ...