Travel Blogs from Rougemont
... 8220;flows” and left
a band of debris standing which subsequently eroded to leave the formation that
is seen today. One of the most remarkably things about the Pyramids are the
giant rocks balanced precariously on top of the pillars.
From here we planned to walk around the mountain to the town
of Veyzonnaz where we would catch a bus back to Sion, as in a relaxing day. So
off we set, the route proved to be very steep up and very scenic with an
Incredible journey on remarkable roads. Finally located village of Avants and the train station and automated ticket machine. Fun ascent up a funicular (100 year old installation) to landing on the ridge above the village. Just in front of the Hotel de Sonloup. A group of preschool kids were gathered there with their ...
... hotel was of a typical Swiss character, overlooking the lakes, and surrounded by the inspiringmountains.
Though the weather hasn't settled, but rain or no rain, the view from our balcony was mesmerising and therapeutic.
This is where we chilled ...
... we weren't ment to be and us stressing we were going to miss our ride. We started at the wrong side then, on the right side but too far down, Stacey worrying that the ride won't wait 5 minutes and me thinking he won't be on time anyway. Finally we see our silver opal Astra with an open roof waiting for us. Relief washed over us, and probably Miriko for getting rid of us haha. We gave three kisses to Miriko and said a very quick goodbye, because they were already ...
... celebrations and they perform ringing cow bells. We had fun with the Swiss horn and once again we had a great night enjoying their company. The language barrier is quickly broken down by good humour and laughter and farmers from opposite ends of the earth we able to meet. Alas, it was time to say goodbye and sadly, we had to leave, but hoping it won’t be too long before we see each other again – either in Fahni or Mackay!!! ...