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... br> Had a great time with both families...the kids were great with Max and everyone got along so well.
We didn't get back to Rapperswill until late....ate a good dinner (Christoph is a great cook!), did some repacking and said our good byes. They both had to leave for work early the next day.
Shane and I found the train...made our way to Zurich and then Geneva. One night at the Airport hotel then twenty hours in transit home.
... emotion, exhilaration, wonderment and awe, etc (as well as sheer bloody relief!) that I felt when I had done it and reached the top.
One of the positives of walking (and running!) is that a cup of coffee (glass of wine!) tastes so much better when you’ve worked so hard for it. A hot shower at the end of a long, hot sweaty day is appreciated so much – just imagine how wonderful one will feel after 6 days camping in Nepal!
... 8221; – grey mountain cheese/fish soup for
starters and trout in almonds/spicy crust for main
Friday 29 August
Stayed around the campsite throughout the morning reading
a good book. A short local walk in the afternoon but managed to catch a bus
that took us right back to our start point rather than taking us further up the
valley side. Gave up in disgust, had a cup of tea and carried on with the good
... around 5 Deg C outside). So that
equates to 2.7 kW in 17hrs, mostly due to the fridge – all heating was on LPG
and other consumption was fairly minimal in comparison. Their PC showed the
fridge was clearly cutting in and out every 1-2 hours, in a “square tooth”
Headed off to Galtur where we did some shopping, talked
with the tourist office (who confirmed that there was no camping this side ...
... Rather a sleepless night as the fridge refused to fire on
gas (we took a no-electric option, to keep costs down, as the 0.7euros per
KW-hr is iniquitous). We assume that this is either due to a. Altitude (we are
1,822m) or b. outside temperature (we are around 8 Deg C in the evening, falling
to 4 Deg C during the night). Had to shut the fridge down completely and then
ask for a power connection at 8am. Got the fridge to fire on LPG ...