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... a tourist destination and the town is
filled with tourists ooooing and aaaaahing and taking pictures of absolutely
everything. Watching tourists from all over the world is an experience all on
its own. Of course the town is dominated by the Matterhorn which towers over a
town filled with chalets, hotels, tourist shops and flowers. The Flowers are
absolutely everywhere and makes ...
... with bright green sunglasses and leopard print shirts they called and chatted with everyone within their reach. One said that she had toured all of Germany and Switzerland solely on the subsistence of apple strudel.
As the afternoon wore on, we finished our wine and headed for the cog rail train that would take us up the mountain for our best views of the Matterhorn. We disembarked one stop shy of the top because Shar had seen ...
... being extremely damp is home to many different
varieties of mushrooms, ferns and moss. On the way down we met up with an Adder
Snake which had just shed its skin.
The interesting part of the descent is that although it is
extremely steep and rocky, there are tracks that indicate that some maniacs
actually ride mountain bikes down these paths.
Eventually we arrived at a small group of chalets called
Gueuroz. These were probably holiday homes but a few ...
... out a campsite right next to the Aire we was in. It cost just about the same as the Aire so we have now set up camp in the site. The lake is just meters away and more clear with pebble beach unlike the area we was in yesterday. By lunch time we joined Chris and Jan in their van to go find a Motorhome dealer that also sold accessories as they were having issues with the house battery. It was just before 12pm when we arrived and out of 2 shops we went to Chris was told ...
... down 60 feet to the rocky bottom. Then, we reached the first ladder, about 14 feet high, set against the vertical wall. After making it successfully up that, there is a single metal step beside the ladder that I stepped onto to reach a second, shorter vertical ladder. At the top of that I had to move to a 20 foot bridge with a steel grate bottom and two cables along the sides. At the end of that was another vertical ladder and ...