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... is going northbound but the water level in the river actually goes down, and you do not want the boat go down the river as in a waterfall. So the boat gets into a lock which has cement walls on both sides and both the front and back gates closes and the water is pumped out to lower the boat into the proper level and keep on going forward. it is a great engineering feature for the riverboat crusing on the river. Total steps walked today 15,651 or 7 ...
... of official direction. But we weren’t doing the Mortirolo, at least not this day. We were heading for the Passo Bernina in Switzerland. The border was not far away and as we approached we were briefly worried because I had brought my passport on the ride this day but Will had not. Not to worry, they waved us through. Immediately we were on the climb and in looking at the profile, the first bit is a wall. Again I wanted food, and having my own € I stopped at ...
... of wild garlic and onion soup - which also surprised me when it came out green. This warmed me up in no time along with our hot chocolates. We returned to the departure point and were disappointed to find that the cable cars had been closed again due to the bad weather. The Swiss people in the front of the line had a great complaining session about the cable car being closed. We're not sure what they thought the ticket lady was going to do about it. When the people in front of ...
... to a viewing point which has breathtaking views of glaciers and large precipices to look over. We got to the top after 50 minutes in the cable car and were immediatley hit by how cold it was - well below zero, which was not ideal since we have only got jandals in our luggage since the robbery in Barcelona! (And being typical kiwis were dressed in shorts and tshirts - but at least we had the forethought to bring a hoodie) There are about 9 different things to go through up ...
... So nice they named it twice, indeed. After lunch, we got back on the bus and headed for Tangier, our scheduled camel ride and a tour of the Cave of Hercules. The camel ride, was right on the coast and pretty much your cliché touristy picture opportunity lead by a very enthusiastic Moroccan. There were 5 camels available and everyone took their turn, to ride in a circle for 50 or so yards allowing all to get pictures taken and say we rode a camel in Africa. The Cave ...