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... We boarded a fast train back to Neuchâtel and then walked back down to the school for a photo on the big chair and to meet up with our billets.
Tomorrow is our last day in Switzerland and we'll spend it at the school in the morning with a more formal presentation, followed by exploring Neuchâtel itself in a fun way and then a combined dinner in the Jura Mountains with all the families later in the evening.
Should be a great last day in this beautiful country.
... back with some lunch. It was then time to explore this beautiful village, although once the astro-turf soccer field was located, the exploring stopped and the world-cup soccer game started. It was Swiss v Aussies, though right from the start it was a little unfair in regards to numbers, but that didn’t seem to dampen their enthusiasm for the game. After a hard-fought 20 minutes I’m pleased to say that Australia was victorious. I’m sure everyone ...
... water made the mountain shake. It was so cold in the tunnels with the cold iced water. It was an impressive detour well worth the visit. We then headed to a town on the Lake Leman called Bouveret. The campsite was on the water . The views along the road were fantastic as we travelled past vinyards etc.
We had a lovely home cooked dinner played some cards and relaxed. ...
... views were awesome, so we stayed around and made the most of it. We enjoyed a drink and chat on the balcony; it was quite mild, probably around 18 degrees. The trains going by below us almost looked like a model railway as they continued on into a tunnel amongst the houses.
We're looking forward to making the most of a late check out and long walk in the morning before heading to Interlaken.
What a spectacular country.
... by for another rescue mission.
Anyhow, back to today. I walked along the lake shore for 7 hours to get here. It started in the rain and it remained quite gloomy even after it stopped. Above me on the hillside were terraced vineyards that surprised me a little as I didn't know the Swiss went in for wine-making. I also passed a building designed by the famous architectarchitect, Le Corbusier. It didn't look quite as grand as the one I've seen in Zurich, but I only managed to see ...