Travel Blogs from Grindelwald
... was palatial. Nice bowl of fruit including a strange but yummy orange looking cherry tomato thingy within a papery cover. Google found it - Physalis fruit all the way from South Africa. You would need a bag of lemons to wipe the grin of our faces as we sat with a cuppa ogling at the view.
... white striped logo that we saw every now and then confirming we were on the right track.
... followed by a steep 10 min walk to the Chalet Youth Hostel where Ian & Donna who are in love with this place, stay up to six times a year & depending on the seasons go skiing or tramping. The lady who greeted us obviously knew Ian from previous visits & insisted on giving us cold refreshing homemade peppermint water ...
... long and boring m/way which is well over 100 miles!!
The weather was now terrible and the rain was coming down by the gallon, it somehow reminded me of back home in Scotland!!
We head on back down through the great cutting for the 3rd time today and turned onto the m/way. With the road as wet as it was we simply plodded along at 60-70mph. It was going to be a very long and boring trip in the rain!!
If there was anything to be happy with about ...
... find myself walking along through some wonderful ice tunnels. These tunnels have been cut into the glaciers and fitted with plastic floors to avoid slipping. It’s an amazing feeling being surrounded by all this ice although it is rather cold in here also;-(
Soon I find myself climbing stairs and walking uphill through more rather dark tunnels. My body is finding it rather hard work and my heart seems to be beating rather quickly. Am I really this unfit that I ...