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... vintage carriages with
"reserved" written on the side of it and this is apparently been put on for us
as the main train will be too full.
As we leave Lauterbrunnen aboard our private train I cannot help but think
that we have lost some of the group and sure enough we had.
Onwards we head up the edge of the mountain above the town and I simply
cannot stop pressing the shutter button of my camera. The views up here are
Fifteen minutes ...
... got bored and we split up to go take naps and other random chores. I bought my ticket to my extreme canyoning tomorrow! It should be amazing and very breath taking! I walked around Interlaken before I realized the cashier never have my credit card back to me! I noticed it as I went to buy a snack... I rushed back to the hostel and fortunately it was there. I got lucky. I was not so lucky when I got rained on when I ventured back into the city. Finally, I gave up and ...
... The verdict was a suspected broken collar bone and the first aider booked a taxi to meet us at the train in Wengen to take us to the clinic.
The journey seemed to take ages but we reached the clinic where JJ was x-rayed and it was confirmed that he had made a clean break of his collar bone. He was prescribed pain killers and given a shoulder brace and arm sling and told to keep off skiing for the next four to six weeks. ...
... Also a nice visit with an Australian couple on the train from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen; they had flown via Hong Kong to Zurich and were headed for Wengen up one of the mountainsides from where we are staying in Lauterbrunnen. This is a narrow mountain valley south of Interlaken, high stone walls on either side with a series of waterfalls from the top on the west side. One of the ...
The little village of Fahrni was in our sights today. The directions were vague but we were determined to find it! Two trains, one bus and a 10 minute walk later and we found a celebration in Fahrni. We joined in with the locals and ate some local fare and drank some great beverages. I partook in a raffle and tried to win some flowers but didn't have any luck:( ...