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... Legs and bum seem to have less fat on them. Back is still a problem. Can be helped by having the lap belt of the rucksack very tight so that all the weight of the bag is taken on my hip bones rather than shoulders. But the movement of walking causes the belt to work loose and so constantly needs fiddled with. Speaking of hip bones I seem to have some now. They probably used to be in there somewhere but I think 5 weeks of a very tight wide belt has caused some ...
... We caught the cogwheel train to the top of the Gornergart which is a 3000 meters mountain which gives us great views of the alps. The views of the alps were stunning. We got so near to them that they almost seemed touching distance. Lots of photos were duly taken.
We reached down about 7 pm and then immediately headed to a chocolatier to try out a selection of his finest swiss ...
... slipped, you would not have stopped till you reached the bottom and that was a hell of a long way. As we walked, four of the more courageous mountainbikers approached and we stepped into the hill to let them pass - there is no way in the world I would have ridden my mountainbike along that piece of trail, not because it was difficult, but because of the consequences.
As we walked we kept looking back and around us not wanting to ...
... since last winter which dripped on us!! It was quite barren and I was getting extremely exhausted as the top came into view, so much so that I asked Mark to take my daypack for the final couple of hundred metres - maybe a combination of the cold and the thin air, because pride would normally cut in, but I was well beyond that!
With a helping hand (Mark's), we made it to the top, where we were surprised to see two workers rebuilding a ...
... mountains in Germany. It was -1 at the top but it didn't stop the young couple in the wedding attire having their photos taken! We then headed to go to up to the summit to the weather station which is 4158m but I felt a little unwell because of the high altitude so couldn't do it :-(. It was one of the most fabulous days I have had, glad my brother suggest it. We came down a different way and that was just as ...
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