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After an hour of coercion and dry humping I convince her to come to the shower block as it will be empty, we go to the end stall in this upstairs shower block and strip off, I go to lick her out and she tells me not to bother before sucking me off. I lift her against the wall and **** her before finishing off doggy. I know what you're thinking "but Steve...were you safe?" Yes and no. I didn't wear a condom ... BUT I did keep my thongs on the whole time. Those ...
... hoisted on the plateau at the opening of the Jungfrau railway. Yeah!
It’s 3.30pm and I am hungry so back to the restaurant for a bite to eat, and sadly a final look at the mountains and glacier before I take the 4.40pm train. This time, once I get to Kleine Scheidegg I take the train via Lauterbrunnen – a postcard perfect village nestled deep in a valley of 72 waterfalls, there were too many people on the train ...
... almost and hour and half of putting on ski gear, taking it off, putting it back on again, Reed and Ryen were finally ready to go. It is not easy to get a 4 year old and 2 year old geared up for skiing. And after much frustration, we were finally at the bunny hill ready to learn the difference between "pizza" and "fish stick" ski placement. Reed did really well and took to it like a champ. Ryen spent most ...
... black cave-like tunnel at the waterfalls. That night was pure magic. And then there was Jungfrau - 'Top of Europe' - some 4000+ metres or 13,000+ ft (rough math from memory here, forgive me) - tallest in Europe says it all. At first we balked at the price... train tickets were 150Euro each. But then on our last day, with clear skies and total flexibility, we pulled the trigger and caught a train ...
... that in Colorado, the cities sit at an already high elevation. In Lauterbrunnen, for example, the starting elevation is close to 4,000 feet lower, giving that extra height to the mountains, which made them feel that much larger.
Again, what were seeing did not immediately soak in. We found THE perfect spot for lunch with a large stone patio overlooking the magnificent sights. I once again ordered ...