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... for more than 120 years - and there's no charge for looking, only donation boxes around.
On the way back, I explored different ways of heading home (that's another way of saying, I really didn't know where I was going, but kept heading down and recognised some landmarks, so I wasn't bothered!) and arrived home as it was getting dark. I truly relaxed, sat for a while on a deck chair provided in the forest, savouring a couple of chunks of Swiss dark ...
Switerland - what a contrast to England! Coming in to land on the plane at night, the little villages and towns looked like little spider webs of light amongst areas of black (which must have been the mountains) with connecting threads of light, kind of joining them together - so picturesque!
I was so excited to see Yves waiting for me at the airport (thanks Yves!!) and it was a jolt to realise that I can't communicate with most of the ...
This morning Monika and I set out for Appenzell, Switzerland. We made our way along (very) windy roads to the base of the mountain named Saentis. A gondola went to the top, but we were content with enjoying time by the cafe at the old wooden cafe-hotel after hiking through a lovely pine woods. Dogs were everywhere on the patio and the sunshine was strong and warm. At 1,352 meters ...
Morning of the wedding we said goodbye to our hosts and headed to Schoftland to a B&B for one night only. We were lucky to get the place as everything had been booked out in the area for this Saturday night. We don't know if that was because of other people staying in town for the wedding? We were allowed to arrive anytime after 9am which was great for us as it gave us time to have a rest and ...
... that is still within the boundaries of the resort, that gets checked and made safe from avalanches and with some obstructions marked. There is still the true 'out-of-bounds' that is not checked at all by the resort, but that always involves a considerable amount of hiking (even the in-bounds back country is mostly 'hike-to' terrain).
In the Swiss resorts, there is lots of 'off-piste' that is next to the groomed runs and it ...