Hotel La Cabane
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... absolutely GOBSMACKED at the work that little Muggestutz put into his work and living spaces and all that he shared with us!
We explored his pine cone collecting and drying station,
we found out where the golden star necklace had flown off to in the storm,
we helped him collect and cut firewood,
we rolled nuts down the collecting tubes,
we saw some of his friends that had been shrunk by the evil witch,
... The stream drains the glaciers on the north and west flanks of the Eiger, Monch, and Jungrau mountains. The torrent was terrifying from a kayakers point of view, but Kate enjoyed it immensely. We walked back to town along one of the many "Wanderwegs" or walking paths that traverse the Swiss countryside. We were greeted by numerous Swiss cows and sheep, each adorned with collars and bells, eager to lick our hands with their rough tongues. Given the "sticker ...
... and we couldn't see a thing, bit of a bummer but it was still nice. We began our walk and within minutes the rain began. Just what we felt like haha. Over the next hour we trudged through the mud and rain, trying to take in the views, but we couldn't see much. We finally made it back to the cable car for a wet ride back down and another walk through the rain back to the campground. Best $40 hangover cure ever. It was still cold and rainy so we settled in ...
... a perfect temperature. We were perfectly happy as the train smoothly meandered its way through the alpine trees situated on the beautiful banks of Lake Interlaken; we were awestruck at such a stunning landscape outside.
At Interlaken station we interchanged and took another train up to the hamlet of Lauterbrunnen, and then onto the ski resort of Wengen. It was just a little early for ski season here, but both places were incredibly clean and picturesque.
... in Hong Kong are competitiveness and the pressure to excel, communism, secularism, no association for the encouragement of Christian schools. By far the most powerful message was from Daniel Neuhaus, the regional director for Francophone Europe and Africa. I don't see how he can coordinate schools in France, Belgium, Switzerland and 3 large regions in Africa. Some of the stats are just mind blowing. The DR Congo, for example, which is 3/4 the size of Europe, has 18,000 ...