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... drinking all I needed was to lye down :-)
Spent our first full day
just exploring the town and looking in all the amazing smelling
chocolate shops. I was trying to find another jumper but all the ones
here are made for the ski season and to pay all that money for a jacket
that I won't wear at home. So looks like I'll just have to layer up!!
people chose to cook at the hostel cause it had a massive ...
... 360 degree views of the surrounding lakes and snow capped mountain ranges. We've seen a lot of beautiful things on our trip thus far, but I must say this place was truly breathtaking. After a couple of hundred photos at the top and gazing into the distance it was time to push on and engage in some much needed physical activity. We walked about 2kms up the road to the bike rental spot where a very friendly chap gave us the run down on where to go and what the best ...
... the map looked like a proper road but we soon learned otherwise when we turned off the main road and came across a gravel/rock road. The road went on for 10km and the surface didn`t change any for the better but luckily after a few bumps and bangs we arrived at the top and set off on our walk.
The suckptures themselves weren`t that great, but the walk was nice and the views from where they were located was beautiful. We could see the whole of El ...
... the town is full of chocolate boutiques that would rapidly reduce the life expectancy of any human with a sweet tooth. Even the Swiss would go crazy for these delicacies. Well, we can't prove that, we don't know anybody from Switzerland. We did once meet a Swiss couple in Vietnam though. They would've loved them damn chocolates!
After several outdoor adventures, chocolates and sampling a bottle of Argentinean vodka, we decided ...
... um das herauszufinden. Schliesslich standen wir ganz zufrieden und punktlich an der Haltestelle, bis uns ein sehr hilfsbereiter Mensch mitgeteilt hat, dass der Bus doch an der anderen Strasse fahrt. Das hat uns zwar etwas irritiert, wir sind dann aber doch an die andere Ecke gestanden, um alle Busse abzuchecken. 15 Minuten nachdem der Bus hatte fahren sollen, haben wir aufgegeben und haben uns auf der Nationalpark-Info nach Alternativen erkundigt. Fur ...