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After months of waiting and planning I've finally arrived for my season working for Top Deck, a tour company that provides trips for 18 to thirty something’s. My first port of call is the tiny town of Lauterbrunnen in the Swiss Alps that for somewhere so small has a huge amount going on. I’ll have plenty of time to see all the sights however as I’ll be living and working ...
... in a little town called Lauterbrunnen. We went on a lift that took us up into the mountains. From here we could see other little towns and houses all over the mountains and their waterfalls. At the bottom of the lift the elevation was 2,624 ft and at the top it was 4,875, so it got pretty high! It reminded me of the London eye but it was higher and it was going up and not around. After the lift we stopped for dinner at a ...
What an incredible, but accidental, drive over the Swiss alps. Our sat-nav is set to the quickest route if you go the speed limit. The speed limit over Mt Furkastrasse via the Furka pass is set as 80kmph - however, realistically it was about 20 - 30 going up and about 50 going down. Definitely not the quickest route! It was great fun to drive. 2nd gear ...
... out again for groceries - there's a huge store here complete with GF bread products - but I gape at the bill too, before realising it's probably comparable to the cost of a similar haul back home. However, Bill Bryson's one-Swiss-bill-too-many keeps rising in my memory. There's a huge range of adventure sports on offer here (like Queenstown). (I probably could have done more research on my destination, in hindsight.) Now enamoured with the idea of seeing Bern (a 1 ...
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After breakfast I got my gear together and headed for the rail station, whichis only about a five minute walk from the Hotel. There was a train leaving for Kleine Scheidegg right away, so that was good timing. The small train started to climb right after leaving the station, so it was out of necessity a cog wheel type, and the gear mechanism was quite visible between the rails. The train was packed full and there seemed to be not only ...