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... speed of the train back down the
Of course with this air being under such pressure in holding such a massive
load back it means the cylinders will get extremely hot and so they are lined
and cooled by a water jacket. This water jacket of course also gets hot and so
the water changes to steam and needs to be let out and so the steam loco simply
has a small exhaust situated at the rear of the cab which lets out this steam
and this is the only ...
Yesterday a lot went on during canyoning and it wasn't until this morning when I wanted to set out for hiking to some local caves that Bryan told me the extent of his injuries for acting a fool yesterday during the rappel. Bryan decided he knew better than the tour guide and tried to push off from the rock like you normally do in rappelling. But there is nothing normal about this instance. Our guide was lowering us down so we had to follow his rules specifically. On the way ...
Well its time to leave Zurich and head south to Interlaken. Its a beautiful blue sky day.
The train ride to Interlaken takes 3 hours. The scenery is stunning to say the least. Lush green valleys, snow capped mountains, turquoise coloured lakes. I wish it took longer than 3 hours, as i was thoroughly enjoying the scenery.
Its a 1.5k walk from the train station to where i am staying, City Chalet. Its a group of Chalets next to the river in ...
We have touched down in Interlaken! Wow what an absolutely breath taking train ride. We caught the early morning train, it was only about two hours but we had to take a 45 minute ferry to iseltwald, It was absolutely stunning. The water here is a colour I've never seen before in my life. It's a light crystal blue. Not as vibrant as Croatia, but a light blue and so clear. I swear this place is so magical. Our hostel was only a five ...
... Joe and I decided to hang out for one more day, and he was interested in my itinerary so that's what we did. We headed up to Gimmelwald, which is a tiny little village perched right above some enormous cliffs! On the way, I left my camera on the seat in the train! Luckily I had downloaded all my pictures the night before, and my companion had a spare camera with him and kindly let me use it. The only way to get to Gimmelwald is by cable car. Talk about ...