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... he was ok we went on our way.
We arrived at the cable car and paid $25 to take ourselves and our bikes up. This was stunning. It took 10 minutes to get up and it was interesting as Dayna is usually a thrill seeker. This time I loved it but she sat frozen on a chair. She kept saying we are up so high so I reassured and told her to look up instead of down.
We got off ...
... we shall see if it matches our high standards (so there)
The chicken was finally finished off and footie was on in the TV room so we went up (well I did the blogging and reading, she watched the match.
It looks like we are set for a good few days before we start the real homeward leg via a tarmac overnight stop in Bruhl, Germany, visit Zoe, Rene and the kids and have a couple of days at Arnhem before our final ferry trip for this Grand Tour. We’ll let you ...
... place to ourselves. We had a great little patio overlooking the ski lifts and main slopes. The girls were able to walk right out of room to the yard and play in the snow. Not to mention we were able to sit outside enjoying wine and playing cards while they took their afternoon naps.
The girls and myself took ski lessons first thing Saturday morning. This was the first time the girls were on skis ...
I arrived at my hostel Villa Sonnerhof in Interlaken late in the afternoon. The train trip through the alps was amazing, but I couldn't see the tops of the mountains because of the clouds. It was also overcast in town as I walked from the train station to the hostel. I checked in, found my room and got a bit organised. I met a couple of people in my room, an Aussie girl called Nat who was traveling with American Danny, who were both studying in London for the ...
... smoothly down.
When we were about 50 metres high the pilot did a quick intense 180 spin and we came hurtling down to the ground landing on our asses and sliding across the grass. I was immediately relieved we had made it and my second thought was "when can I go again?" The adrenalin is addictive, a bit like getting a tattoo. You get one, you want another.
We had to sit around and wait for the last plane to jump before we were given a lift back ...