Belvedere Strandhotel & Restaurant
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... slow in Bellevue Hotel, and uploading photos was a little frustrating. But I manage to catch up at the hotels on the way home.
I hope you have enjoyed reading this, and thanking you following my journey. Remember ladies and gents, life is far too short. You need to get out on your motorbikes and explore the world. And when you find what you wish to see, you'll know it's good to be alive!
So, until the next time I say ...
... confusing when you don't expect it! They also seem to use made-up words that make sense for them - for example Jack described himself as 'so klein-y' today, which is like the English 'tiny' using the German word for small!
After our Easter Egg hunt, we decided to go out to a Tropenhaus - a tropical indoor greenhouse where they had an exotic plant exhibition with plants from all around the world, but also where they keep sturgeon fish to farm ...
... of. It was essentially a half circle- the back half surrounded by snow covered trees that towered above us and the front half an enormous vista of the land below. I was surprised by how calm I felt. Not once did I ever stop and think "I'm actually kind of nervous," nor did I experience any physical responses- I.e Butterflies, nausea, etc. I was however the last one to go. My guide and I had to wait for about 10 minutes for the right wind. It also didn't ...
... spots of blue sky above, and then glimpses of the top of a huge mountain quite close would appear, before fading away again.
Suddenly, for 30 glorious seconds, the sun shone down, the clouds parted, the fog lifted and we could see! There were huge mountains all lined up on either side, with a beautiful valley of snow sitting between them. Then it was gone, it felt like a mirage, or perhaps another world had appeared, before disappearing again, making you wonder ...
... I felt obligated to go next. Not gonna lie, my knees got a bit
weak. Standing on the edge of the car with the weight of the bungee
pulling you out, staring at the water 150m down...yep, I lost my mind.
They took my picture and gave me a 5 count and I actually jumped. It
wasn't until about 15ft down that I realized what I just did. As I
accelerated toward the water, I could hear my jacket flapping in the
wind and see the water getting closer. I free ...