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... was struggling to understand my Scottish accent and so rather than make a fool of herself she simply opened the gate and let me out.
A short walk along the road and I was in London St Pancras station where i was to meet the rest of the group and also board our hi speed Eurostar train to Paris.
Trying to locate the so called tour guide was a nightmare but I finally found her. After that it was through security a quick coffee and onto the train.
The train raced along ...
... properly. It was delicious.
After dinner I went to the local pub with the group and had a couple of beers. We all sat around discussing the sky dive and the other activities that everyone had booked whilst in the extreme sport capital of Europe!
The following day I rose late and met Jason out the front of my campsite for our hike. We walked 5km's to Grindalwald where we bought our tickets for the gondolo's up to Schilthorn which is where the 1969 ...
... anything more that requires me to take more money out of the ATM.
tomorrow is our last day in Switzerland. We will probably check out interlaken and discover that all the tshirts watches, Swiss knives etc are about 1/2 price there! Oh well, I am happy with all the little gifts I have brought - especially my grandsons. They must be the youngest kids in the world to have flick flack watches!
After an early night we had an early-ish start. There was a prayer meeting at 7.10 and this was followed by breakfast at 7.25. We both made it down and collected our ski passes before collecting our equipment and heading out to the station at 8.00. The hotel has a locker at the station so we left our walking boots there before getting on the train for Wengen. Moving all the Oakhall folks up the hill, and tangling with the Swiss ski school caused some delays but eventually ...
... Hence, we stocked up on food and decided to have a barbie! Perfect!
So yeah, it's really expensive here, especially when travelling alone without any tour groups whatsoever. The scenery though is amazing! Towering alps crossing each other, adorned with luscious green meadows and interspersed with cottages dotted with cows. Really reminds me of the beautiful stereotypical pictures on the laughing cow packaging!
Hence, word of advice is to really pay a ...