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Would you believe I that cold wasn't a cold. I developed a rash all over body and face with a fever. Pharmacist says looks like rosescis can be caused by abrupt temp changed. Gave me benefited and something for fever. Looks a little better today I hope. One more adventure So Lake ...
Well, it is true that all things come to those who wait! Today was listed as a free day. There are many options--bus or walk down valley, take a cable car/gondola up the cliffs to one or more villages or beyond, hike up or across--but it rained in the night, and when we woke up it looked grim, gray and drismal outside. We forgot that we were in the bottom of a narrow valley, however; when we went over to breakfast, the world was much brighter overhead. Martin planned to lead a trek ...
... walked along a trail, but we were going downwards. We thought that we might be going in the wrong direction, but we thought of continuing on to the next sign. We continued for quite a while and when we realized that the downward trail was not going upwards any time soon, we started heading back to the hostel. I was a bit discouraged by then, having wasted all that time and energy not going anywhere. I told Mark that I would skip the hike and stay ...
... to which you can take a cable car - there is a small chalet restaurant and it is here that you have the best chance of seeing marmots. I suppose if I had to draw a likeness to any animal or rodent, I would have said they look more like a beaver than anything else, although they actually belong to the squirrel family. Kiwis here may struggle as I don't think there are beavers or squirrels in NZ - I have certainly never seen either and marmots are ...
... pack an overnight bag for our one night in Munich so we didn't have to get our bags off and back on the bus. Our hostel for the night had some very strange rules about boys and girls staying in separate rooms, no alcohol, crazy noise curfews and keeping our keys and security cards with us at all times. Anyway, we dropped our stuff then Kelly walked us into town, where we checked out the Glockenspiel, then we picked up our bikes for a tour of the city. We split in ...