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... up the face. There we got a chance to get off the train and admire the view before the train continues on five minutes later. The tunnel then turns and there was a second stop at a window looking out on the Eismeer ("Sea of Ice") before the train continues to the Jungfraujoch - top of Europe. The journey from Kleine Scheidegg to Jungfraujoch took about 50 minutes including the stops at Eigerwand and Eismeer. Reach the end of the trainline, we ...
... that I could not have predicted when I sat down in the Calgary airport at the beginning of our European vacation. How happy am I that we had the opportunity to meet these people.”
…and then I thought…”I now know EXACTLY what I am going to do with that frozen Raclette cheese in my freezer when I get home!” right before I accepted another serving of the most delectable Swiss liquors.
... taking the students swimming at the lake, camping in the mountains
and riding two-wheeled scooters down steep alpine roads. We also watched toddlers climbing across tree
trunks set 10 feet up in playgrounds with no nets. We climbed up to castles with no safety rails
and ladders up to the wall where there was a 30 foot drop off the other
side! And we watched in amazement as one
of the hut ...
... foot on the floor, I looked down and saw that it was covered in vomit. All over the floor. And all through the bed of the Australian guy next to it. He was also the one snoring his head off. I kicked him in his fat disgusting stomach a few times, but he fell back to sleep immediately. And kept snoring. At 6.30 I'd had enough, so I got up, dressed and got the hell out of that room. Oh, and today was my 25th birthday. Yay. Down at reception I went straight up to ...
... nude and left my stuff all over the place! It's the little things that make us backpackers happy!
I took the train into Interlaken and wandered the streets checking out the shops and stopping for a sandwhich from the Co-op that I ate in a park whilst watching paragliders landing. I ended up finding a dirndl, which is the authentic dress that is worn at Oktoberfest, and decided to buy it so I wouldn't miss out when I got to Germany. I chose a black one with ...