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On the way back, I explored different ways of heading home (that's another way of saying, I really didn't know where I was going, but kept heading down and recognised some landmarks, so I wasn't bothered!) and arrived home as it was getting dark. I truly relaxed, sat for a while on a deck chair provided in the forest, savouring a couple of chunks of Swiss dark ...
... some English is spoken in Zurich, but less in St Gallen and even less in Wittenbach, where Yves and Jake live.
In the morning, and over the weekend, I got to see how gorgeous Switzerland is - so pretty, so colourful (after the brick of England and stone of Scotland), so clean!! so tidy and so relaxed! It just doesn't feel like a stress-inducing place to live - things tick along very nicely - the church bells ring in time to the clock ...
This morning Monika and I set out for Appenzell, Switzerland. We made our way along (very) windy roads to the base of the mountain named Saentis. A gondola went to the top, but we were content with enjoying time by the cafe at the old wooden cafe-hotel after hiking through a lovely pine woods. Dogs were everywhere on the patio and the sunshine was strong and warm. At 1,352 meters ...
Just get the hell outta here! The night on the Schiessplatz wasn't the most comfortable, we just wanted to hit the road and get going.
Everybody knows that cycling in switzerland is awesome, you just need to follow the signs and you'll get to your destination. Easy. And with a map on a map holder, absolutely nothing can go wrong. And two people, of which one has ...
So, the journey starts. ( And Jan is writing this blogpost because...because) (because stef is working)
We knew we still had some gear to pack so we went to bed early (don't believe me) which resulted in an early start (11 am) the next morning. From the beginning, it was clear, that the ascent to the top of Julier pass will be the hardest uphill climb on our whole trip. It's about 620 m above Champfèr and ...