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Well, my friends, after seven months of planning, one broken leg, and a lot of crutching around, I am on the way to Africa! Some of you may be confused because you thought that I was supposed to leave in September, and originally, this was the plan; however, I broke my leg 18 hours before I was originally supposed to leave. I've spent the past 6 weeks on crutches and in a walking cast, but now, my leg is (mostly) healed. There is still a fracture, but it should heal before ...
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Finally, we arrived in Bangkok and were so happy to be finished traveling. We were met by two staff from the Embassy who were incredibly helpful in getting us through customs and getting Peanut cleared through the airport vet. We packed all our bags, the kids and the dog into a van and headed to our new home. After a taste of Bangkok traffic, we arrived at our house and all were amazed at how beautiful (and big) it is. The neighbourhood ...
... hotel at 5.45 pm. Nice,sunny & warmer than when we were here a few days before. The area isn't as nice as where we stayed earlier in week. A different area in the western side of Zurich. Let's hope the weather begins to improve. After settling into our room we dined in the hotel & settled to sleep as we leave for Lucerne tomorrow after a walking tour of Zurich. Guten ...
... and turned down the 3000 some feet of elevation back to the village.
Since the weather was so clear we decided to head back to the pool area at our hotel since the outdoor hot tub was positioned with a view of the Matterhorn. It was amazing! There’s nothing like being in a hot tub when it’s cold outside and of course the view was the icing on the cake. So after getting all pruney and deciding we’d had enough we headed back to the room to ...
... mountain. As we climbed higher and higher, the views changed and grew more spectacular by the minute. The dinging of bells below drew us to the cows grazing underneath us as we climbed, and it was somewhat amusing to see the massive bells around their necks. Surely that's animal cruelty?? The last leg of the journey was the gondola, where we all packed in like sardines and took the terrifying plunge only held up by ...