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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Pets allowed
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... not be brought down by conventional means due to the sheer steepness of the cliffs. So the Swiss put on their efficient thinking caps and came up with an ingenious plan: they would helicopter the carcasses out of the cliffs. Just imagine being a tourist, looking up at the sounds of the helicopter expecting skydivers, only to find a flying dead cow suspended underneath...! - There is a very special and rare green Swiss Army Knife that can only ...
... main course - presented by Carla another of the old staff, but one who I didn't realise was still there, and she didn't know I was in the dining room! A quick catch up and we were back on track for the food! Boiling broth in the middle of the table, we were presented with raw meats (chicken, pork, beef and prawns) to cook.... Two skewers each we got to work on them, and as we did I am pretty sure that Emma stated that this was "The Best Meal Ever"! Then Adrian, the other old boss ...
So I've been in Switzerland for nearly two weeks now but it feels a lot longer. It’s bizarre how being placed in an alien situation forces you to adapt so quickly but I guess that’s just part of travelling. You are forced to forge relationships quicker, learn areas quicker, pick up new cultures quicker because the time you have is fleeting in the grand scheme of things.
The beauty of my surroundings has ...
... And with Eric joining, it was the perfect way to wrap up our time in Switzerland. In all, Switzerland provided great food, people, hikes, and memories. An early highlight and high point to our trip. We can only be so lucky to have this much fun again... and we're gad to try! *sorry, previously said Oregon in original blog post but that was wrong... I just remember thinking of the Oregon Ducks when we met ...
... in the powder, and it's delicious. It's raining steadily outside, which I actually kind of like (feels like home). I decide to go see a huge waterfall nearby, as I know from experience that this is just as good if not better in the rain (view-wise). Besides this, I feel it necessary for comparative purposes. I have to pay for this lot of transport, and accidentally mess up the VISA option choosing the more expensive one (rats). Getting ...