Mercure Bristol Leukerbad
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... to Grindewald. I haven't got a photo as we ran for the bus! On the map photo Grosse Scheidegg is just off the map at the right. Grindelwald is in a much more open valley with lots of hiking trails around. The woman I was sitting next to on the plane from Auckland to Singapore was going there to meet up with her walking group. We were most impressed as she had only 10 kgs of luggage! In winter it is a skiing ...
... we repelled down a 25 foot cliff into water. Naturally, I was the first one! It was nice being first because it added more excitement since it was the unknown! Our next crazy thing was jumping off a 60 meter waterfall! I was really stoked about it since I was basically looking down into water that was surrounded by huge boulders on both sides. I had to jump in a narrow gap and land in a precise location otherwise...well... My trip would have ended early! Also on the ...
... foot on the floor, I looked down and saw that it was covered in vomit. All over the floor. And all through the bed of the Australian guy next to it. He was also the one snoring his head off. I kicked him in his fat disgusting stomach a few times, but he fell back to sleep immediately. And kept snoring. At 6.30 I'd had enough, so I got up, dressed and got the hell out of that room. Oh, and today was my 25th birthday. Yay. Down at reception I went straight up to ...
... freak out and nearly tipped over. It was very entertaining for the other three girls to say the least. Our rooms here at "lake lodge" are literally laughable. It's a 7 bed but the "bunk beds" are literally 1 ft across with little orange panels. Pictures to come Oh my lord. Tonight we are just going to grab some dinner then watch a movie in the common room and have an early sleep because we have a big day of rafting and ...
... on English literature of the C17th & C18th and was trying to finish and assignment on Jane Austen. I was there for 2 days and they were staying for 3, we both wanted to go up into the mountains and if the weather permitted take the trip to the 'roof of the world' - up the Jungfraujoch.
Whilst the day we arrived was clear blue skies, the next day - my only chance - had a prediction for clouds, rain and snow of 80%. Great. The trip cost about $190 and even though I got ...