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A million fallen leaves, a cliff face and many rose prickles later Brendan found himself body surfing down towards the gorge legs first. An anxious couple of seconds followed as he struggled up the muddy mountain back to relative safety. Deciding we were not to leave empty handed ...
... cubicle inside the train car. Blake also thinks the beer is much better! I really valued the culture shock that southern Europe offered but after so many weeks of traveling, it is nice to have things that remind me of the amenities we miss from back home. I am glad we decided to traverse in this direction rather than the other way around because 1) northern Europe is very similar to the US so there is not a dramatic change in culture, 2) I don't think we would have appreciated the ...
... ll settle for a few weeks and get the awning replaced.
Isn’t it a strange quirk of fate that in Austria, the place that is probably one of the safest on our journey (“good and clean and fresh, tra la la!” comes to mind when I picture it), is the spot where we experienced our first major oops?
Expect the unexpected and be grateful that it could be worse and boy, we really appreciate the awning ...
... is built at the bottom and up the side of a mountain on the edge of Lake Hallstatt. We loved this quaint little village and found it hard to believe how long people have been living there. It was first settled as a town for mining salt in 800-450 B.C. Here is a quote from the website www.tourismontheedge.com
"Considered to be one of the oldest still inhabited settlements in Europe,
Hallstatt is a UNESCO heritage site ...
... and water, we hop back onto a boat to return to St Gilgen. Amongst other sights we spot the steepest rack railway in Austria, the oldest paddle steamer in Austria, several parapenters, a couple if brave/stupid souls climbing a sheer cliff above the water. Keith spots the Red Bull DC6B for the third time in two days, this time captured on video. Returning to St Gilgen we're in time to see more wedding activities - from dancing to following ...