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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 ...
... ground below looked so soft and still so so tiny, and looking up I could see Rapunzel floating not too fair above. The landing was something that definitely wouldn't have been as cool without snow. Legs out straight in front, when we skidded to the ground we kicked up a wall of snow that we then skidded through. I was still giggling the whole time, which of course led to a mouth full of ice. We made it! We were alive!
It was amazing, and I would ...
... goats with bells, and chickens roaming about, but as we walked down the driveway there were large enclosures that housed brown bears that had been saved from around Europe. We first came across a female who was pacing the fence - it was a sad sight. At that point the owner emerged from the chicken coop with an armful of eggs, giving her two as he passed. The bear loved them, licking up every last drop, shell included ... a tiny pleasure in her enclosed World. We moved on to a male ...
... Kulm (altitude 1320m). Impressive engineering to build it in the first place, and it offers some spectacular views on the way up. At the top there's a short hike up to the viewing platform at Harder Kulm and there's also a small restaurant and café. I got some lunch from the café - bratwurst and fries, and ate it while admiring the view. And what a view! You can see all of Interlaken spread out below you, from ...
... so late...eleven! We had to go through a really dark tunnel - spooky. Luckily I had my handy, dandy little flashlight (thanks for insisting, Mom!). We were exhausted when we got back, practically falling asleep over our pizza. Switzerland is beautiful. Maybe I will have to return in the winter to tackle Jungfrau (the top of Europe!)?
p.s...The chocolate is as good as you hear it is!