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... one day in Switzerland because it was so expensive back in those days and it was scheduled to be spent in Montreux. But, rather than waste our time in the tourist traps of Montreux, my first wife, Graciela and I had one of the best days of the whole tour; in the hills above Gstaad. We took a cable car up to the top of one of the mountains and walked back down. I was absolutely seduced by the beauty all around. This fortuitous introduction has resulted in my returning to Switzerland ...
... they've sold out of the gas bottles.... WTF?
Across the road was a large supermarket (Cora is the name apparently) and I entered feeling less than optimistic.... I walked about for a while, and finally asked someone hoping that they would end my pain quickly.... Yep, they did, 50 meters walk, pointed me where I hadn't looked yet, and there were the gas bottles! Sweet, 4 in hand I thought I had enough for a while! But arriving back at the car, Emma ...
... pastures and all surrounded by the spectacular mountains. The trail was a bit of a challenge as it was quite steep (at least it was going down) and had a lot of loose rocks. You had to concentrate on where you put your feet as it was quite easy to slip or trip.
It took us over 2 hours to get down, but by then the gondola had shut for the evening. So, now how to get back up to Murren...we were NOT going to hike back up and there are no roads ...
... actually filming... Dumbass! We walked back to camp, got changed out of our jeans cuz it was way too sunny for them, and then walked into the Main Street to the cafe that provides free wifi so we could tell everyone of our accomplishment! Had an iced chocolate and half a brownie. Whilst sitting in the cafe, it started raining, so we were very happy that we jumped when we did. There was another group jumping just after we left and given ...
... are the most popular tour for 18-35 year olds. There were between 2 and 4 buses there each night. The crowds seemed to be mostly Australian, but there were some Americans too. The Contiki'ers we talked to generally assumed we were on one of the buses, and seemed amazed when they found out we had planned our own trip and were doing our own thing. We were concerned, because when we first got to Lauterbrunnen, it was raining and the visibility was very low. We found out that one of ...
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