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... just in time for the rain to start thumping down. However Dina though that the umbrella would attract lightning so she just stood next to it getting absolutely soaked. We eventually started running back to the hostel as it was just too hard rain. When back we were greeted with a nice warm room. Dina was absolutely soaked and I was warm and toasty with dry clothes. Since then we have cooked up a feast and enjoyed the warmth of the hostel. Rain or shine this place is ...
... I'm not a fan of walking on see through metal grids but this one was fine. We all trotted across happily. Even Bev was non-plussed by the drop.
Unfortunately the Ice Flyer to the snow play field had shut by the time we decided to do that so Jeff & I just went for a walk down a different snow covered path while Bev & Jill stayed back to have hot drinks and eat chocolate.
On our way back up the hill Jeff & I were nearly run ...
... br> and just as we stop another is leaving with a steam loco as its motive
Hell, I thought, had we just been 5 minutes earlier we could have been
aboard that steam train.
With both trains missed by minutes meant we would have to wait for 25
minutes until the next train was due. We spent the time wandering around the
shops and by the time we returned to the station our historic electric train had
This train consisted of two ...
... deeper than yesterday and just glistening in the sunlight, the mountains around us were extraordinary and the view just kept changing each time you looked up and around you. We had mountains in a 360 degree view around us. The walk was meant to be 50mins but it took us a while longer as we all needed to remove our many layers as it was so surprisingly warm as well as try to encourage the boys to walk rather than keep falling gin the snow!
This time we were not alone and ...
... slog, one hour of flat and at least another 3 hours of gentle downhill, we were definitely footsore when we finally reached our van, but at least the parking ticket was still valid!