Travel Blogs from Zug
We had breakfast and then walked along the Ruess River - which is right on our doorstep. There is a weekly twice (Tuesday and Saturday) market just along the bank. The prices are in the picture, u gotta believe to see it , but tomato's cost approximately RM 70 per kilo. We then walked towards the St.Peters chapel which is the ending of the Chapel bridge (Kapellbrucke). The bridge was constructed at 1400's and named after the St.Peters chapel adjoining it. ...
... except one. We had to try the famous Swiss cheese fondu. It's eaten as a main meal for two not a dessert, as it should be for $55! But it sure was tasty. Three swiss cheeses mixed with white wine is used as the sauce to dip bread and potatoes in. The closer you get to the bottom of the pot the stronger the wine tastes. I'll definitely be trying that when we get home. So far it's Spanish tapas with Moroccan tea and Swiss cheese fondu! Even if you don't buy anything ...
... roly-poly's n planks.
Simon then had much difficulty getting back onto his board and standing up. Of this I have amusing video proof on my gopro :)
Cruised back into the pontoon (where Simon fell in again) and then stopped off for more food supplies.
Back at our campsite it started to rain a little, which called for another jump in the lake! Then we set up a pretty good shelter with the tarp before cooking an almighty pasta ...
... to the milking station, and after milking would stay
inside, eating the freshly cut grass and hay, for the night. In the
morning - 5.30 am - they were milked again, and let out to graze - a
LOUD tinkling of the bells to wake us. A new version of the dawn
chorus for us. Claudia's older sister Suzanne was in charge of the
milking. Then a walk around the farm, and we learned the unusual
methods of farming they ...