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... lift over by the cliff and did some steep turns. A happy chappy landed. Nervous Nellie was content to watch the mountains as the clouds cleared. Murren itself was a very pretty village with no vehicles. It started life as a spa resort in the 19th century. The dark brown colour of the houses looks as if the wood has been left to weather over many years. The new house are a much lighter shade. Often they a richly decorated. ...
... the rain kindly ceased for our arrival meaning putting up the tent was an easy task. We were surrounded by more tree covered peaks and the largest waterfall we'd seen so far this trip was spilling over the mountainside behind us. We decided to have dinner at the campsite's restaurant, which was like a typical Swiss chalet with typical wooden chalet furniture and some bar tables made out of tree stumps. Despite it being a little chilly, we chose to sit outside, as the area was covered ...
... Swiss watches, yummy Swiss chocolate, Swiss clocks, etc. I almost got run over though when I looked right, saw it was clear and walked out into the path of a car, luckily the driver was quick to stop. How quickly I forgot the lessons I taught the children about looking 'both ways'. Maybe I was too much in awe of all the hills we were surrounded by, or was it that I thought I spotted a bargain across the road?
With our camp fees came a tourist pass and ...
... and I was so thankful that I never felt that weightless stomach drop like you do when bungey jumping. The cold wind rushed by my face and the speed that we moved at made it hard to breath through my nose or mouth. In my head I kept telling myself, "It's only a 45 second free fall, hold your breath and enjoy the scenery", which I did manage to do. There were snow capped mountains in the distance, a blue sparkly lake with a river flowing below and the greenest, most ...
... celebrated a great trip as we
ate out under the stars.
morning coffee out on the patio was enjoyed as the cows strolled out into the
fields. Everything had been an amazing
adventure here. And as I sat quietly
enjoying the moment…a gentle quiet rain began to fall. We’d come full circle. The next 24 hours would be a race to get back
home, including trains, buses, planes and automobiles. It was exhausting.