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... there and read the government's travel advice about Laos. A big mistake! A one way ticket would have been the better deal as the odds are not in my favour to ever return back home alive. Some potential death scenarios are death by Malaria, Dengue or another common disease, or because my leg gets bombed away by one of the countless mines spread everywhere in the country. I also could die by using a speed boat, train, or air plane. Scooters are listed as ...
... streets and then sat down for a
coffee in a wonderful little restaurant on the banks of the river.
Lucerne is full of birdlife and as we sat down to drink our coffee and
biscuits little Sparrows turned up begging for food. Like most of the birds in
the city they have become extremely tame to humans and will happily sit there
and eat from ones hand.
The river is swarming with ducks and swans and so one of our party bought
... to the train station we returned to Lucern, hopped on Cable car bus no. 8, and off to the world famous Museum of Transportation., which proved to be great family entertainment. The first section was a large group of trains from all eras of time. Only problem was the inability to sit in the driver seat that Wyatt so wanted to do. We moved outside in the sprinkling rain and there the kids found an old boat with a treasure chest full of swords, ...
... up very well to all of this!! It was so much child-like fun and I cannot wait to do it again! The sights we were admitted to were just beautiful. Switzerland has now become my no.1 country!
The end of our tobogganing ride, however, was no where near as fun as the trip down. We had to carry out toboggans up a giant stair case to return them, before clambering back into the cable carts to take us down to Lucerne.
Remember how I mentioned there was a ...
... Three miles in, we finally reached a lookout facing what we guessed to be Lake Sarnen. We continued on and saw the only "wild life" butterflies pollinating the flowers. The path had great signage, so even if we hadn't had the phone, we would have felt comfortable with our directions. There were even a couple of instances where we decided to follow the signs over the phone. We never reached a real summit point or look out. We ...