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... it was my skirt that made the walk up the hill a bit tricky. Anyway I didn't fall over so that was good! Giulio was pleased to see us, probably because we had some food for him. He is really big now and a bit naughty. When he wants something he head butts you and nearly knocked me over! The donkeys are better behaved and the 2 babies are very cute. After visiting the animals we go to the local bar to have a cuppa and access free wifi. Even Gilberto has trouble ...
... and relaxing.
Unlike my biking adventures this holiday is a package deal and so
everything from breakfast right through to dinner is inclusive which I actually
find ***********tend with. A biking trip I simply just go along as I please and
eat as I go etc but as this is a package tour it means I have to be somewhere at
a certain time which can make it rather difficult.
Dinner tonight is at 8pm in the hotel which means on return I wont have
much time ...
As a member of Guiding I was very privileged to be allowed to stay at Our Chalet, Girl Guding's beautiful alpine World Center and join an international group of girls for a Swiss Adventure week. The Chalet was beautiful, with warm wooden bedrooms and dorms of numerous occupancy. The center recruits a team of volunteers to work as chalet girls each season so they prepared meals, took us out on excursions ...
... got some picnic supplies. So I started out with a block of cheese, two wheat rolls, a twix bar, two bananas and ONE bottle of water. Seriously, I take more than 16 oz of water to a one hour spinning class, what was I thinking? Basically after consulting with Tim at the hotel and the couple that did it yesterday, I had decided to give it a try, but if at any point I saw the cable car that heads to the same place i was headed wasn't running, I should ...
On recommendation of the Lonely Planet, Gimmewald and Schilthorn seemed like a good way to spend half a day before making our way to Guyeres.
The cable car to Grütschalp (1487m), then the train to Mürren (1684 m) were relatively straight-forward; however the cable car to Schilthorn was closed due to the strong winds ; so on to Gimmewald it was. The ...