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... but at 44 CHF return ($A61 / $NZ68) thought it was a bit rich. Back on the train, which incidentally is the longest cog wheeled train in Switzerland which opened in 1893, we continued on to Lauterbrunne where there are some 72 waterfalls. Travelling on the train it seemed that we passed one waterfall after another which when there are 72 it is not surprising. In the village (population around 2500) we walked to Staubbach Falls which plunge 300 metres ...
... my skis and be off before other skiers saw me. However, you wouldn't believe how hard it is to stand up on a steep ski slope let alone get your skis back on. After several unsuccessful and frustrating attempts, I was embarrassed but delighted to have an obviously very experienced skier skilfully come to a stop beside me, pull me back onto my feet and help me back onto my skis. With somewhat dampened confidence ...
... for his safety and wanted my name. Albert Einstein was given. We had a good chat about Australia that they had visited. They said that talking to us has been as highlight of their trip, aww, how nice. I hope the bloke made it safely down on the Trotti track. Here is a YouTube of it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbRY-ny 93VA
... is getting worse each day and we don't know how we'll get it all home!! At least we can still fit into our jeans which is a miracle given the amount of food we consume each day!!
Anyway time to hit the sack...Pat has already turned in and I've still got to do battle with my suitcase!! We're off to Lake Como tomorrow and who knows...we might run into George Clooney!
... rock, accessible from either valley. The Jungfraujoch is the saddle of snow slung between the Monch and the Jungfrau. Back in August, 1893, a guy called Adolf Zeller was out hiking and had an ingenious idea - how about blasting a tunnel up through the North face of the Eiger, through the base of the Monch and build a cogwheel railway all the way to the Jungfrau summit. He went back home to his chalet and drew up some sketches. More amazing than the fact that ...