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... from the feed grown in Summer, which is taken up an external timber ramp by the tractor. Seeing the tractor drive on top of the house was a randomly funny sight for these two Aussie kids! The cows are milked twice a day and walk in by themselves exactly on time- they too are on Swiss time- to their stalls with their name on it. Yep, every cow has a name, could it get any cuter? And with beautiful green pastured fields, the most perfect vege patch surrounding the ...
Week 18 I am convinced my parents are undercover angels or living gurus, they always have the right answers to what ever question, insane or not. They really should start charging for their services but if they ever did I'd be more broke than broke, with the page long emails I write them. Grill party was today's big excitement. Surprisingly Swiss people love to grill. The moment a ray of sun shine is out, boom, the meat is already on the grill. With over 10+ Italians in the ...
... The guys gave us a lot less **** about our driving then we expected them to. Hats off to them. We were driven home again and my grandfather had a fantastic meal waiting for us. Walked to the old harbor and had an ice-cream from the little quick fix stand where they only speak French, it's like an old tradition. On the way home we had a sing off in the forest, where we couldn't harm the already damaged innocent ears of the senior citizens. We had incredible hot showers ...
... getting a cold, too, which is annoying. Not sure if it was the temperature change from Egypt to Switzerland, or maybe exhasution from not getting much sleep during the Tour or something else all together, but there we go. Good thing I haven't got much planned for Interlaken!
Had another walk around to stretch my legs and then headed back to the hotel. Did a bit of reading, caught up with a couple of friends on ...
... there is a big mix of old and new - the houses in the lower part of the village are much older and have been passed down for generations. They are massive - it is normal for 3 or more generations to live in the houses at the same time, as well as perhaps some of their goats or cattle! The houses on the higher areas, where the Wallace family live, were built in the 80s and 90s and are very modern! They generally look like a typical ski chalet. ...