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... bloody rip off but **** it was good. I wasn't busy so I went to the bike shop and hired a mountain bike for 4 hours. Within 2 minutes I decided to try and mono it and went ass over tit not realising that the brakes were on opposite sides over here.. Flat on my ass ah well! This was a sick idea because I could cover so much ground. Went to the Trummelbach falls where you had ...
... some cover under a big tree until it stopped and then continued on.
On the way back to the top deck campsite i walked through the Contiki campsite, past the building that i stayed at in 2011 and arrived back at the top deck site. I went to the laundry room, worked out what was needed to do my clothes, then set up my clothes washing. While they were washing i downloaded and sorted my pictures and tried to use the WiFi, i had to buy time, so i got 30 minutes, but the WiFi was ...
... car. The air was fresh but definitely jeans and long sleeve weather, though not according to one a Jamaican girl that walked past us in pastel coloured short shorts.
The next stop was Bern. The Swiss obviously like their large fruit, as their were giant grapes and strawberry statues randomly placed in the centre of several roundabouts that we went through. We drove past one man who looked in the car and then sped up to pass us again. Ness couldn't decide if he was ...
... br> GIMMELWALD: On way back down, stopped in this charming little village with the historic houses and wonderful views of the valley and sounds of the waterfalls. Loved the saying on the water trough, "a drink for humans or horses." Bought Schiltalpkase 2012 alpine cheese from one of ...
... We had passed a machine which was cleaning the road of debris from the snow and ice a few bends before. There had been no signage at the start of the climb. As we descended we met the ski team who were skating up the pass. OMG! We took the motorway back to Altdorf and followed the lakes to Brienz. One tunnel was about 10 kms long. We stopped for a toilet stop in Brienz and bought a coffee and a snack. We headed to ...