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... electric mini bus (as I’ve probably already mentioned, there are no conventional
motor vehicles in Zermatt).
And seeing I said farewell to not just Zermatt today, but also to the mighty imposing Matterhorn, I thought the blog would benefit from a series of photos taken at different times during my stay which demonstrate the mighty mountain's different moods. I've spoken to lots ...
... roofs extend out to the eaves overhanging quite a way past the building walls. The shutters on the windows are painted and lines of wooden houses with painted shutters and flower boxes outside look exactly as we expected them to look in Switzerland. We guess the shutters are to keep the cold out in winter.
And winter doesn't feel too far away. Apparantly snow is expected on the mountains in a couple of days time, so we will be getting a bit closer to ...
... surrounding us. When we reached the summit of Jungfrau, the first thing that hit us was the cold. After the relatively mild temperatures we had experienced during the day at our accommodation, it was a shock to the system even though we were rugged up in our winter clothes. The complex atop Jungfrau directed you to tours which gave you information about the mountain and allowed you to view it from different points. Something that ...
The holiday started at 2.50 with a 'get up and go' to Heathrow. The overhead signs told me that the M6 was closed north of Birmingham (not a concern) and the M1 was closed between junctions 6 and 4 (hmmm). Whatever closures were soon cleared and we reached the airport just ahead of time. Check-in, bag drop, security and off ...
... weekend. Luckily, we didn't have plans yet, so we worked something out and told him we would see him the following day. We then walked to the train station to take a train to Bern, but we decided we just wouldn't have enough time, so instead, we went back to our hostel, met up with our Aussie friends for a beer and then went and had Thai food for dinner! Mmmm. That night we went out with them ns met some locals, some Canadians and my crazy white water rafting instructor from last ...