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... the waterfall the sun started to sink lower in the sky. A lot of the people who'd been out on the water in motorboats roaring up and down the lake were ashore or anchored along the shore for supper. The lake was so calm it was almost flat. It was really peaceful to glide along, our paddles barely causing ripple effects and by the time we neared Iseltwald the sun was setting. As we came to shore we saw a marching band practicing for the small Swiss Day parade ...
... castle. It is more medieval. It has towers that we climb and we can see the original walls extending down the street and another lower tower that looks like it has been converted into some kind of apartments. We have enjoyed our Swiss castle tour but we are ready to get back and eat, so we head to the train station. We get back to Interlaken and decide to eat in as the Hotel has a self service kitchen we can use. We buy pasta, sauce, salad, salad dressing, a tomato, dessert, ...
... got cancelled, no biggie). Once in Monterosso, which is a four minute train ride from Vernazza where we were staying, we met a bunch of people, Americans and Austrailians, who had all been affected by the strike. I knew we had been really, really lucky to have gotten as far as we did that day but I realized just how lucky we were to have only waited a couple extra hours when we heard some of the stories about people who had their travel plans get very ...
... This one was only a quarter as long as Yosemite but I think the nearly 3 months of backpacking has made my body very weary and I struggled big time. Luckily my back held up really well which was great however the lungs just couldn't suck in the air quick enough. I was huffing and puffing the whole way and in the last 45 mins I had an old foe return to say hello - lactic acid in my quads and calves.
As we approached Mannlichen you got a ...
There are no pictures. And this is because I thought I brought the cable to connect my camera to the computer and I didn't. Or I might have forgotten to bring it entirely, I honestly don't know. There ARE pictures but I'll figure that out later.
This weekend our program organized a trip to Fribourg and Bern. Did I mention I love this program? Traveling by train is great, especially in a country like Switzerland where everything is a reasonable distance (i.e. weekend trip) ...