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... station first.
With my rucksack on my back and cameras around my neck off I go down this
rather steep tarred road right down the edge of the mountain. Riding this
scooter took a bit of getting use to. It just wanted to fly down these steep
hills. The brakes were not the best and I was pulling on them like mad just to
keep the speed down.
With the scenery as it was I stopped several times and tried to mount my
video camera somewhere on the ...
... here for lunch. There was a toilet with the best view ever, Josh liked that even the toilet had a "wooden theme" like the homes in Switzerland. The kids and ro built a snowman and Josh and Lachy kept falling over in the snow, Lachy even buried Josh in the snow but he didn’t stay there for long. It was hard to leave but wet feet spurred us to get moving again so they could warm up.
The walk back was a little quicker. Ro introduced a new rule which was that the ...
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Interlaken is a small town of about 6000 people, sitting astride a narrow piece ...
... of trains, planes, cars, boats and other things connected to transportation (and for sure it also provided cover from the rain). And therefore we spent a dry and educational afternoon.
This brings us already to the end of our Swiss adventure. We really enjoyed our time in Switzerland and it was very nice to catch up with friends (and see their newly born babies) and family (big thanks to Kevin’s parents for hosting us). Hazel got a ...
... that something like this exists.
Every time I looked up from my hiking path, I was just taken back in shock. I was so little in comparison to these beasts of rock. It was humbling and the realization came to me that problems back home were not really problems and for once I started to live out of my own little bubble and knew the world is much bigger than just my world. That's what these mountains do to you - they bring you back to what's really important in ...