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A little shower of rain welcomed us to a new day but it soon
cleared up and we jumped on our bikes aiming to do a slow ride out to Lake
From Gampelen we headed towards Cudrafin where there is a
nature reserve renowned for its frogs. Very appropriate seeing as that we are
now in the French part of Switzerland and everyone you pass on the road is
... good topic to talk about, if you can talk hockey you can talk Swiss. It also saves for a lot of awkward moments with people of all ages especially the old ones they think that I have nothing worth while saying to them "cause I'm like, a teenage and stuff like, yeah". After a walk home that seemed to take forever, we ate and drove up to see a wonderful old woman who has a long history with my family. She nearly cried when she saw me, now that's true love. We made tea and she told me that ...
... seemingly sketchy, rickety bridges. It was amazing. My dad really wanted to go on a scenic train in Switzerland because he had read about how awesome they are, but after my train mishaps in Europe, I wasn't exactly keen on the idea. I am so glad I listened to him, though, because it was really a great experience. When we actually go to Luzern, we had a little over an hour. Honestly, we did ...
... of all the public transport in Switzerland. Pretty cool! So we trained to Thun (pronounced ‘toon’) early in the morning, and went up to the castle on the hill, which sadly was closed so we couldn’t look around inside. Then we had possibly the best hot chocolate I’ve ever tasted, before jumping back on the train to Kandersteg. This is fully in the mountains, and I was wandering around with my mouth open most of the time, it was so ...
... They wanted to sleep in after the exhausting previous day, but I wanted to accompany Ruth grocery shopping to have an idea of what it is like it here. I am glad I did because getting ones food and supplies can be another adventure in itself. I might be able to say more about it later.
Ruth and I joined the boys for lunch and after playing with Monika’s two little children, we headed out to see the Bear Park, etc… I can’t remember what else.