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... and of course the amazing scenery around me. I would find myself just stopping and taking slow 360 degree turns while I soaked in everything. Still pinching myself for even getting the chance to be in such a beautiful location. After walking for about an hour, I notice that I've really go into the forest. There's still a road and chateu spread througout, but the fog started coming in and I knew I needed some time to get back. There was a lot of snow and walking fast was out fo ...
... main course - presented by Carla another of the old staff, but one who I didn't realise was still there, and she didn't know I was in the dining room! A quick catch up and we were back on track for the food! Boiling broth in the middle of the table, we were presented with raw meats (chicken, pork, beef and prawns) to cook.... Two skewers each we got to work on them, and as we did I am pretty sure that Emma stated that this was "The Best Meal Ever"! Then Adrian, the other old boss ...
... first part ran along Lake Thun. The mountains rise up along either side of the lake and once again the view is monumental especially with the beautiful sunny weather. Along the trail there were caves and large rock formations as we moved up the mountain. The trail broke into many pieces but luckily we made all the right decisions to get to the waterfall. We knew we made it when we heard rushing water, now we just walked to the sound. We hiked all the way up to ...
... heavily in Interlaken for the 10 min walk
back to the hotel.
Next day we spent most of
time on the train to Zermatt via Spiez and Brig. This was the old route since
these days there is a modern tunnel cuts the time down by 60 mins but of course
no good for sightseeing. It must be a shortish trip since we saw many cars on
railway low loaders with people in them, presumably waiting to go through the
... lines at the base of the cliffs. Vernazza is by far my favorite of the 5 villages and where I’ll likely stay upon my eventual return. However, for now I had to settle for a farewell dinner at the Blue Marlin. There, having had enough sea food for the day, I dined upon their stuffed hare and cheese focaccia bread. Inside the bar a paton was playing a medley of classical songs on the piano. It was an excellent way to bid au revior to the region. ...