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... place to stay.
For information the campsites are really well maintained
with mowed lawns, playgrounds for kids and a restaurant. For your money you get
a relatively small plot, usually about 5 x 5 meters so they really squeeze the
clients in. However everyone is very polite, friendly and considerate and so
the fact that one is camping very close together, by South African standards,
it is never a problem. All ...
... sting of the snow. It's funny as hell watch as they howl in pain in front of the girls they are trying to impress, who are only laughing because it's so stupid, it's funny. Sleep totally eluded me last night due to the whole "I'm sleeping in the same room as a woman who manages to be louder than a saw mill" situation. At 1.30am I almost decided to hit the club and pull an all nighter, which would have been a lot less painful and way more fun. This morning was rough, it ...
... was made up by Cantons of Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden. This celebration takes place on the 1st of August at the start of a new month. We stayed up late and celebrated the whole night with colourful fireworks and awesome bonfires. We also ate special baked bread called Augustweggen, it was sweet and perfect for the occasion. This celebration was thought of in 1889 but people didn't start celebrating until 1994. A 25 meter high waterfall marks this special occasion and it is ...
... which is a town about thirty minutes from Bern by train. Annelise grew up there and her mother and sister still live there. We visited her mother for the day. We drove by her old home where Jess' mom lived for a summer. Then we arrived to her current home where she showered us in Swiss chocolate. We were then off on a mini tour of the town. She was so cute walking around town and taking us in to churches and telling us the history behind everything. In Switzerland they mainly ...
... just need your lock.
v-1 camera + charger + 14gig memory card (a must)
(14gig was enough for my entire trip. Tipp : once in a while make a
safety copy of your pictures on a dvd and send it home. Loosing your
pictures is probably the only 'impossible-to-replace' loss you can have.
All the rest, passport and material you can buy somewhere)
Books are very ...