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... on the train and set off to race it round the hill again. My route up the Lauberhorn chair and then down the Wixi run and valley blue was the same as yesterday. As I approached Wengen Alp station, the first stop of the route, I saw the trains waiting. I passed them at the station and saw Ruth and JJ waving as I had to pole along one of the flatter bits of the run.
I soon sped up and managed to beat the train into the station by a few minutes and joined Ruth ...
... to admit to Emma that we could have probably continued down the walking path (as she'd suggested) and not the road.... Bugger. We saw the hill where Brucie had his last big accident on skiis (in front of the only people in Murren he knew) and then entered the town, stopping outside the Stagerstubli to call Allan, the Scottish guy who used manage the Eiger Guesthouse next to Hotel Eiger where I worked. After a few directions we wandered down the hill to see him and his family at ...
... along with the Spanish Tomato throwing festival, Tomotina. We were all giggling away together, especially when Gareth told us a story of when he was going out dressed as the tin man and he'd left his costume to the last minute. His friends were helping him and they decided to use materials from around the house for ease and quickness. They started with tin foil, but he informed us that that stuff does not stay on without being fixed with something. They searched for Sellotape, ...
... and had amazing food, shopping and music (saw John Mclaughlin with Zakir Hussein at the famous KKL theatre!).
We are now in Zurich for our last night before Carter heads to the UK for some grouse and pheasant hunting.
This is our last night together after a truly unbelievable two months on the road. We are so blessed to have seen as much as we have on our trip, but can't wait to get home and see all of our friends and family soon!
... and fun; to Victoria
for the Spanish Club and a great dinner and wine at her lovely home; Patrick
& Sylvia for the wine, cheese and conversation; to Rolf H. for the
motorcycle trip. Thank you, thank you, and
thank you. Ich bin dankbar.
is the Disneyland of order and social harmony.
It is a secure and peaceful place.
It is not a part of Europe. It
might not even be a part of this world.