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... in Japan or shown to the Dali Lama?
Our family saw us on the stairway, among the masses of black haired people we stood out. We headed for another body packed ride on the gondolas and off to the train station to rent bikes. After our previous enjoyable ride on mainly hard surfaces we thought a two hour 26 kilometer ride would be fine going from Engleberg to Stansstad. Riding in the village was a bit of a challenge with traffic, but we managed ...
... rips into bits, torturous paper vs tp... the whole gamut. Very inconsistent and annoying and gross at times. I'm not a fan of public washrooms and the tp issues only make it worse.
It was surprisingly refreshing to have something as simple as tp be this reliable. Again, efficient.
Good we're relaxing today as tomorrow is literally supposed to start with a BANG !
Fasnacht is starting - Thursday - at 05:00. That's 5:00 AM.
... the shopping district when we lost Kim and Laura for about two hours of shopping. When they emerged, they were thirsty and hungry, so we had supper at a place we probably wouldn't have normally picked, and had quiche.
Things here are very expensive. Luckily we get breakfast at the hotel and we don't need a big sit-down meal for lunch. We're currently figuring out the plan for tomorrow, our last day in ...
... century kick. The next day we took I guided tour through Tetuan. We walked through an authentic Moroccan market that I can imagine hasn't changed very much over the last few centuries. Just imagine, very narrow streets with every possible overpowering smell and people selling everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, from their little shops, store fronts, and literally right on the ground. We ended up at a very old and ornate restaurant where I got to experience Moroccan ...
... up like a Christmas tree - a stark contrast the spoke of the equally compelling beauty of cities from the sky.
Passing through customs was mercifully quick although I was treated to the usual Heathrow charm and given a warning that once I leave London, they don't expect to see me again anytime soon! I wondered what exactly the officer's opposition was to me being here, spending my money, contributing to the economy whilst not making a single demand ...