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... We started wearing all our jackets, jerkins and gloves. After walking through the cave we reached a hanging bridge. We had to walk on the hanging bridge which was about 100 meters long. The bridge was shaking sometimes. We proceeded slowly and made it to the end of the bridge. And then, finally we cloud see the snow!! We all ran towards it. I was very excited!! And I also removed my jacket and gloves. I was battling against coldness of the snow ...
... by the Counts of Sevoy and changed hands many times. Lord Byron wrote a poem called the Prisoner of Chillon about Bonivard who was imprisoned there for 5 years. Byron's name was etched on the wall. The area where the prisoners where kept was on the lowest level. The where small holes in the walls allowing the sound of waves to come through which gave the impression to prisoners that they were under water. As time went on and the castle changed hands, many different additions ...
... Jerome was already ok at it before), understanding the 3 different types of Malaria vaccinations, writing rental contracts....to only name a few.
Oh yes, and we were kind of doing some work on the side as well ;)
BUT, all that lies behind us now, and as we are slowly winding down an enormous sense of excitement takes over. So ready to go now!!!
... shore. It’s been a really warm day and it was beautiful sitting down there watching the sun drop over the lake. We’ve also discovered this region is a big wine growing area and both nights we’ve enjoyed some very good local white wines. Never thought of Switzerland as a wine producing country…..you live and learn. The coffee is also very good!
It will be sad to leave but we need to hit the road again…….Italy ...
... but up a very steep mountain side. They have plenty of walk ways and steps to contend with, which is great for us as we need some exercise lol!! The walk down the hill is really steep and takes about 15 mins into the town. Most shops are closed on a Sunday, but we are lucky and strike a market and stop for some street food and eat along side the lake. It was very beautiful, with a slightly overcast sky though. We came across the Freddie ...