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... about the jump, it's fun talking about for a while but how exactly are you meant to think of more and more words to describe the same thing? James, Trent and Jeff want a kick of the footy now so we go back to the oval, Jeff leaves his coordination in his room as per usual and is bombing the ball in random high directions, getting closer and closer to the guys car again, as if to say "Jeff do dead-lift, Jeff kick big' to people that don't care, to his credit he tries really ...
... is in
a stunning u-shaped valley, the deepest in the alpine chain and boasts 72
waterfalls. Above us are the big three – the Eiger, the Monch and the Jungfrau – imposing, snow covered natural landscapes. We’ve walked along the valley to the
Trummelbach Falls which are all inside the mountain and which pour out 22 000
litres of water per second, used cable cars and little trains to climb further
up to ...
Long drive from Paris to our destination in Switzerland (10 hours) - didn't seem as long though as we had introductions on the bus, MOST of them quite entertaining and so killed a few hours at least. Lauterbrunnen... is... STUNNING!! We were down in a valley surrounded by sheer cliff faces, snow-capped mountains and waterfalls. The local township was pristine and gorgeously quaint! We toured up ...
... fondue and Keller the Weinerschnitzel. The waitress kind of gave me a funny look and asked politely in her broken English, "You want whole fondue pot for lunch?" I smiled politely and responded, "Yes, please." Best lunch ever. :)
We took our time enjoying Murren and making our way back down to Lauterbrunnen. Since we had a later lunch, we decided we'd pick up a few items for a picnic and sit out on ...
... we could move to other seats. We had to change trains twice and then take a bus to our destination,Grächen. We missed the connecting train at St Niklaus as our train was delayed due to another train who took his time through the 34.6km long Lötschberg Basistunnel. We thought it would never end. We finally got to Grächen around 17.30 and then had to walk down a steep hill to get to the hotel La Collina in order for us to pick up our key. This was ...