Travel Blogs from Glarus
This morning we got up and decided we had to do sledging, so we packed our bags and got on a bus to rinerhorn. We got there and brought ourselves a pass each, hired some sledges and grips for our shoes, and got in the cable car up to the mountain. To do all this it cost us about $90 oh we'll we where on holidays! So we got to the top of the mountain and I was ******** myself, you could see the people sledging and it looked extremely steep. Off we went! Oh ...
... yodelling in harmony.
This hosting was so different from the others: we were with the
family long anough to appreciate the close bonds and the roles they
filled in the farm organisation. No big city experience, just a
lovely family who shared a lot of fun with us. I think we were ready
for a slower pace after the previous weeks, and really enjoyed our
time in such a relaxing home.
... br> - the missing cover of the drainages in the streets and footpaths (a wonder I didn't twist my foot during the whole time)
- having to pay attention to your belongings most of the times (again here, I am grateful that I never had anything stolen or was never robbed)
- having different computers and having to search if the @ sign is "Alt Gr + 2" or "Alt + Q" or "Alt Gr + 6+4" or...
but even though, it all belongs to Latin ...
Cuando se viaja
en pos de un objetivo
Es muy importante prestar atención al camino.
El camino es el que nos enseña
la mejor forma de llegar y nos enriquece
mientras lo estamos recorriendo
En este sentido:
* he viajado durante los ultimos 271 dias por 15 paises de America de Sur y Central (solomente 4 faltan, Paraguay y los 3 Guayanas)
* he viajado más de 57'000 km
* he viajado a pie, ...
... on the menu. Served with red cabbage and spaetzle, Dave was really happy. We tried looking for fondue one day but it's a little too early for that so had to 'settle' for delicious roesti instead. They are so good. Our fondue craving was met through the supermarket on the way to the airport where we stocked full with chocolate, fondue, spaetzle and other treats to bring home to ...