Travel Blogs from Zug
... all our rubbish in, for which there was a charge of 90 cents...and instructed us to return for another one when that was full...yeah whatever! The site seems to be run very strictly, but I have to say it was quite a nice site. We settled down for the rest of the day and again sat in the sun! Very hot but cooled down really quickly once the sun had gone down...not used to that - its been so warm in the evenings in Italy. ...
wow, exactly one week and i'll be sitting on a plane to mexico city...seven days to spend with my friends and family and also to enjoy winter;) not a clue what awaits me in mexico when i step out the plane...a mega city, a new job and hopefully a year full of surprises and adventures! i'll keep you posted!
... in early 2011, an
enthusiastic trekker who had spent time in Nepal and frequently
climbs in the Swiss Alps with her family and friends. We had
arranged our stay here to suit Claudia, home after volunteer work on
a project in the mountains prior to beginning her studies in
Then home to her place to meet her parents and sister. They live on
a small farm - about 10 ...
A very early start for Pete & Kay – a sizable earthquake centred near Modena apparently rocks the apartment building we are in, followed by an aftershock. Tina & Chris sleep through both.... Its a big drive back to Zug today. Pete has work, then is leaving for France for the rest of the week on Mon and Hannah has school, so we want to get back by 5 – 6pm at the latest. The main route back goes through the 17km long ...