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... any problems, just a couple of places were very sloppy where we slipped a little. We had to pull up on a steep bit, which wasn't ideal. There was a Range Rover one side of the road and a Mini Cooper the other side, both with front end damage, ouch! At the top 7500 ft we pulled in to a parking place, whilst Les de-iced the window wipers I walked Logan. It was bitterly cold, at the side of the car park the snow was about five feet deep. ...
... as can be...a great water ski lake!
We took a bus up the mountain side into an even more remote part of the town and landed upon a chair lift. We took two of our friends - one from Peru and one from India, who had never done anything in the winter, so being that this was well out of our comfort zone, I can't imagine how they felt. We went up to the counter and pretty much no one spoke English - finally they called in ...
... had to change trains it was snowing really hard but our train to Chur (my favourite station name so far) was early so we only had to wait for a few minutes. When we got to Chur for lunch to meet with Michela, Gianluca and baby Rosa. I realised that as this part of Switzerland is German speaking, so we had to change back to speaking German which is weird as this was the first language of our trip. For lunch Michela made pasta with ham and peas. We then went out for a ...
- The cleaning lady kicked me out of my dorm at
9am. I'm pretty sure that checkout was later than that. She didn't speak
English though and I was up anyway so I decided to get going.
was raining outside so I caught the bus this time to the train station.
I ended up at the Schaffhausen train station instead of the Neuhausen
one but it didn't really make any difference ...
... old daughter approach me. Then the woman says something to her daughter that I'll never forget. "Say hello to that man" What? Did I hear that right? A mother telling her daughter to say hello to a suspicious looking stranger walking down the street? Never, never would I give my daughter such instructions, be it in Morocco or the United States. And then it hits me: there are no "suspicious looking strangers" in this part of the world. Just people ...