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I caught the train up to Bern on Friday, about an hour from Lausanne in the German speaking part of Switzerland. This is where Tim and Annik and their new baby, Anya, live. Tim met me off the train and we grabbed some coffee before we strolled around Bern, admiring its lovely views and buildings, and the glacial river that runs through the middle (where Tim goes trout fishing). Annik just started back ...
... with directors and VPs :-).
My interesting day was Wednesday night... I was running a little low on clean clothes so I found a laundry mat somewhere near the hotel (unfortunately not in walking distance). All the instructions were in German and there was nobody to ask. However, thanks to google translate I was able to do some laundry!
The hotel I stayed in was not my favorite attraction of the trip. The ...
... there is a big mix of old and new - the houses in the lower part of the village are much older and have been passed down for generations. They are massive - it is normal for 3 or more generations to live in the houses at the same time, as well as perhaps some of their goats or cattle! The houses on the higher areas, where the Wallace family live, were built in the 80s and 90s and are very modern! They generally look like a typical ski chalet. ...
... bad, but not real quality. Sometimes, less but better is more useful. In addition, looking for something on the way can be tiring. And the rest, you probably already have, like t-shirt and so on.
-1 hippy pants
- woole gloves, socks and tuque
-1 pair of flip flops
-3 t-shirts (all free from diverse activities)
-1 camera (mine broke after one week :( )
-1 Panama hat ...
... with the people we have worked alongside and promise to stay in touch and offers of accommodation in London or if we travel to them. Sandra who i have worked closely with and alongside offers us a lift as it has started to rain. we accept as my pack is heavy and the thought of hiking down the mountain in the rain does not inspire me much! She drops us to Trubschachen where we say our last goodbye.
Michael has been itching to ...
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