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After a very long day on the bus we finally arrived in Switzerland. It was a very scenic drive with the beautiful fields of yellow flowers in France and the mountains in Switzerland. We were staying in a small village called lauterbrunnen which was in the mountains which meant it was surrounded by waterfalls, scenic mountains and only had a handful of shops. We stayed in a campsite and we were in 4 person cabins which was very cosy. On our full free day we visited Jungfraujoch which ...
... 30min for
lunch. Arrived in the beautiful town of Lauterbrunnen in Switzerland
and boy was it the most amazing place in the world. It sits in a
valley, between two massive sheer cliffs. I had an early
night...unlike the majority of the bus.
day I went up the Jungfrau, which is the highest railway station in
the world, literally perched atop ...
... in a foreign country. The countless cows grazing in the wildflower meadows and the Swiss locals going about their normal daily routines, allowed us a glance into what living in the Swiss Mountains would be like. We both decided we could easily move to Switzerand. Maybe someday...
After about two hours of walking through the Lauterbrunnen Valley, we made our way to Trummelbach Falls, a series of ...
... and it is still snowing,but very lightly. Now it is really difficult to choose which pictures to upload as everything looks so cool. Daniella and I went for a short walk and the landscape is breathtaking. At the moment I am in a pub in the dorpie having a beer ,as per usual ,and finishing off my new entry for the blog. It is still snowing outside and very cold if you are not moving about. Every now and ...
... and lines were. Him and another guy were laying it all out and making sure the lines were just so. Then, he ran off down the slope a ways until he was airborne! On our way back into the building, we noticed a lady wearing a fancy dress and high heels!
We went back in to the building and stamped our centenary passports with the date/time at the station. We decided that since there was still some daylight left that we would stop in Kleine Scheidegg for ...