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... walk the three of us boarded the cable car and made our way
back down this magnificent mountain. However I was not to travel the whole way
back by cable car and at the first cable station I decided to get off and head
down this mountain by another means and that was by un-motorised scooter.
After waving goodbye to Pam & Pieter I went to the bike store and hired
one of these rather large scooters. It was now a race to see who could get to
... here for lunch. There was a toilet with the best view ever, Josh liked that even the toilet had a "wooden theme" like the homes in Switzerland. The kids and ro built a snowman and Josh and Lachy kept falling over in the snow, Lachy even buried Josh in the snow but he didn’t stay there for long. It was hard to leave but wet feet spurred us to get moving again so they could warm up.
The walk back was a little quicker. Ro introduced a new rule which was that the ...
... and sharing its love between two long lakes, the Brienzersee stretching away to the east and the Thunsee stretching away to the west. Both lakes are about 20km in length and like all glacial lakes in this region, a beautiful turquoise blue. For you kiwis, think Lake Tekapo. As we walked down the streets of Interlaken, the snowy peak of the Jungfrau provided the most beautiful backdrop. Having stocked up on supplies and had a quick look around the town, we ...
Just had a spectacular view of the Alps; as far as I can tell from the map, MtBlanc is one of these. Still a huge amount of snow considering we are 3 days off Mid Summers day! Then a good view of Lake Lucerne, with Montreux on the edge. Memories of camping there on my last trip to Europe with Caitie back in ...
... the border was approaching so I got the passports out all ready to be stopped by border patrol with a big Welcome to Switzerland. Well it was all very underwhleming. There is a booth, with a man in it and as he had already stopped someone he waved us and everyone else through. We both looked at each other and wondered what we should do so we took the opportunity to fill up with petrol at the station just down the road and contemplate our options as ...