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... as close to heaven as I'm likely to ever get! Sat and enjoyed a hot chocolate and some apple strudel until after an hour or so other hikers started dribbling in. Time to go.
The descent was much quicker and the only materially memorable thing is a humorous one. It is described in one of the descent photos.
In no more than 50 minutes I was back at Pfingstegg at the cable car's restaurant where I stopped for a ...
... wait for customers coming off the train. Jesse and Brett told him only men could drive the bus, not boys. When I talked to him he explained that he was a boy and could not drive. We bought him some ski glasses with a strap for his head and all of us yelled "Dun ta Dah" when he put them on. Now he calls them his "Dun ta Dah" glasses. Will be writing again tonight after a cheese factory and llama trekking.
it is no wonder I was ...
... composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Then came the second explosion....which we had been expecting! Not quite so loud as it was now below us but we instinctively cuddled the mountain as a couple of small harmless stones bounced their way through the metal barriers, over which we continued to step under or over! I must admit I have never walked through so many barriers; in fact I cannot recall a path that took ...
... knock my head on the sloping ceilings of the chalet we set off on an adventure. We walked for about 20minutes & then not a too strenuous steep gondola ride to a place called Mannlichen high up in the mountains.
After many photographs it was a cable car ride steeply dropping down to the town ...
... we saw. By the time we reached Lauterbrunnen, we were well above snow level and we quickly jumped on our gondola to go up the mountain. The transportation system really is efficient - one train gets in, your assumed connection is waiting right there and leaves shortly thereafter. The whole second half of that list above (Lauterbrunnen to Murren took less than an hour).