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... the road is becoming rather busy with cars which just does not seem right way out here in the wild.
Soon the road starts to climb once again and then heads over the top of a rather high mountain and there in the next valley is the large town of Livigno.The town is spread out over a large area and is just about made up of wooden buildings. It is extremely busy and soon I realise that this is more of an adventure town rather than just a town. It has all kinds of ...
... br> The return train journey was just as spectacular, however there was far more cloud cover at the Bernina Pass than earlier, so we were lucky. This trip also meant we could get some shots of Val Poschiavo with the sun behind us.
Thought we would unwind before dinner with a short stroll and ended up doing the Giro di Lago hike ( a circuit of the lake), returning some 2 hours later, "just" in time for dinner.
... first mile was uphill all the way and we finally got to a saddle between two mountains, which is essentially a meadow. We looked for deer or Ibex but didn't see any. We saw a lot of scat so we knew they were around but didn't see any. We took a wrong turn and finally asked some people hiking if we were on our way to Parking lot 1. They said no, it was back the other way. So we sat at a sweet little bridge over ...
... working and as there were quite numerous and lengthy tunnels, the guard found it necessary to come and sit next to me and put his torch on in the tunnels...you guessed it, Ken can't be trusted in the dark.
We arrived at a town called Tirano, exited the Italian train station and turned left into the Swiss one! Oh my, what a difference a few meters make. It was clean, graffiti free, neat, tidy, organised, and everything was ...
... Apples were espaliered and took up all the available land - right down to the side of the road. Reminiscent of Bilpin and yet so different. Afterwards we stopped at Merano with its great ornate brewery called Forst. (We had a coffee!) The Passo Di Stelvio was a highlight - a fabulous route of tight hairpin turns. There happened to be a cycling marathon at the same time today. We don't understand how they can ...