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Woke up to sun but a much cooler temperature than we have been having...my tootsies were freezing...only problem is that when we left the UK I hadn't thought about coming back at the end of September when it would probably be cooler, and I only took my flip flops!... You still wearing yours chicken? Left this lovely site and set off towards Ottenbach, our second stop in Switzerland. Haven't got to travel too far today. To get ...
... We are now setting up to make an amazing chocolate fondue- cos by the way even the really cheap chocolate here tastes like HEAVEN!!
Simon is also writing a blog about our travels, I just read his latest entry and it sounds much better than mine (he is a posh uni boy) so the link to that is
After our delicious chocolate fondue, I then treated the campsite to a musical serenade of Disney songs n dances! What a lucky ...
... to us, how they manage the
cattle and why. Each day grass that looked like hay is cut and taken
into the barn as food for the night after milking. This happens
every day. The cow bells are very imprtant to the family,
identifying each individual. They sell all sorts of farm products at
the gate, for an hour each evening.
Dinner was a typical Swiss evening meal, with hams, cheese, and
... top of the pass, there is snow all around us – in fact it looks as if the only reason the road is able to be opened is the overhanging roof that covers most of the route for the highest parts of the road. Temperatures drop to 4oC, but don’t go lower, so while the road is wet, ice is not a problem. We stop in Disentis ,a small town perched in a high plateau in the Alps, for lunch and a break, and watch the Glacier ...
... stopping for a good ghost story. It was a beautiful night for a walk indeed. Kayley and Serena were a little apprehensive to do the walk (thinking that there would be scary monsters jumping out and grabbing us). But once they found out it was just a series of ghost stories they were on-board (although neither liked ...