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... the tram I actually ran into a friend from back home at UF who was in Diplomats with me. He is here with some friends at the same time. Such a random connection to meet on a tram going down a mountain. His canyoning trip was cancelled today due to weather so I made sure to tell him all the exciting details and he was kinda upset at the end of it. After we were safely back on solid ground we walked around a bit more, headed to another outdoor store north of town then made ...
... now able to write about such a great day. Switzerland is extremely expensive, and I realize Andrew and I are very cheap travelers, but even to the regular backpacker it's hard to stay here long without destroying your budget. We cooked our own dinners here at the hostel both nights because to get a decent meal you should expect to be paying around €25- €30. Keep in mind our daily budget usually including our hostel averages to be about €30 a ...
... down the gravel path, dumped it onto the top bunk and made my way to the showers. These were in quite good condition with each separate cubicle/shower having it's own light. The water temperature was warm enough but it was one of those push on showers that only lasted a minute or so before you had to push it on again which made showering and washing your hair a much longer task than normal.
Once I had dug my warm clothes out from the bottom of my backpack ...
... in the
country. This city dates back to
1133. The other city in this tourist
region of the Berner Oberland is Thun (toon).
There is a large lake between the two cities, The Thunersee (Lake Thun)
which is some 13 miles long and 2 miles wide.
This is the drainage basin from an ancient glacier. Today this area is called the Riviera of the
Bernese Oberland, because of its attraction to tourists, the many resorts, and
its year-round ...
... Joe and I decided to hang out for one more day, and he was interested in my itinerary so that's what we did. We headed up to Gimmelwald, which is a tiny little village perched right above some enormous cliffs! On the way, I left my camera on the seat in the train! Luckily I had downloaded all my pictures the night before, and my companion had a spare camera with him and kindly let me use it. The only way to get to Gimmelwald is by cable car. Talk about ...
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