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... he became too slow to balance the bike, stalled it and fell off. Neither he nor the bike were damaged, but it shattered what little confidence he had. I joined the main group and we continued on using our GPS to guide us, while the leader returned to collect our fallen rider. We headed south from the pass finally arriving at Pontresina at :7:30pm. We were all shattered after nearly 12 hours on the bike. After our evening meal it was an early night for us ...
... to be amazing and about to head back and then someone says 5 more minutes ...well I've come this far to see a glazier ...better go all the way now. So around the next bend, up the next hill and down a bit and there it is ...slight shades of the palest Aqua mixed in with mud ...you beauty ... Oh well it is a glazier. Antarctica... I'm sure will leave this for dead. The view up the mountain is pretty incredible though and I sit ...
We say 'Buongiorno' and they say 'Guten morgen'!? Yes we were confused also. We are still in Italy but they are all German up in the Alps. German is spoken and written first and Italian comes secondary. The borders were shifted 100 years ago and they ain't giving up their heritage. Funny thing is the borders up here are Switzerland and Austria! Our first ...
Wow! We think of NZ as beautiful but up here it it stunning. Only small parts of the South Island can even come close this. We started the journey with a 50min trip up the mountain and the driver emptied us in a car park that was 100 meters from the Austrian border! It was very cool ...
A day trip to Switzerland today. After rolling our cases downhill to the "main" road, we jumped on board the mini bus which was to transport us to Switzerland today. The route followed the edge of Lake Como to almost the top of the lake. Once leaving Lake Como, we followed the winding road to Chiavenna which is the last town before the Swiss border. A short stop to buy lunch and stretch our legs before we were off in the bus to St Moritz via the Maloja Pass. The Italian/Swiss border was ...