Hoteldorf Gruner Baum
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... on and helped Teresa. He was even shoveling poo!! He also drank fresh cows milk straight from the udder! He said he wants to be a farmer now :) Due to Mats special request, we had Weinerschnitzel for dinner! After dinner we helped Teresa mould the butter ready to be sold. So much fun! We learnt what happens to the milk once it's collected. 1) it gets separated into cream and milk. 2) the milk sits for a few days to go ...
We made our final pass over the Passo Falzarego, through Cortina and into Austria. The hills are alive!! ;) It was a little tricky to find Orgenhias Alm, a little dairy Alm where Mats friend Teresa has been working as a milk maid for three months. We went ...
... roads going on forever through endless fields of corn and sunflowers. The buildings, many grand ones speaking of a wealthy past. Villages made up of what looked like dilapidated ruins. Huge and rather vulgar new mansions.
Somebody said all the big new houses belonged to Roma gang leaders. Actually Roma people make up only 7% of the Romanian population so if all these big houses belong to gang leaders there must be lots of gangs with only two members! ...
... than ever to do the things we love thanks to his efforts through subtle motivation... And bagging Rob for his "flexibility". The route basically goes along the Gadjstein downwards besides the glacier's East finger. In winter the skiers would love this. They get to the bottom on a long run and take the chair lift back up. But no chair lifts today. Just a couple of nutters climbing over rocks to get to the bottom of the ski run and ...
... ice cave in the snow / glacier. It is a mountain cave. There are over 40km of caves within the system, but the first 1km is covered in ice due to a unique phenomenon. The cave is cooled by the freezing winds entering the caves in winter and the thaw water freezes as it trickles in, forming gigantic ice figures - 25 meters thick in parts. Getting there isn't easy. From the car park there is a 20min walk up hill to a cable car. Given it was 35 degrees at ...