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... dams. The Blue Pond is named after it's deep blue color which it owes to natural minerals dissolved in the water.
Just a little bit further up the way is a deep forest. We stopped and walked a bit into the forest. Left and right from the little path are lots of graves where people bury the ashes of their loved ones. But at the end of the little road is a beautiful waterfall. There is nobody else around and it ...
... forest. But we couldn't find it at all. Just when we gave up our hunt to this forest we saw a wild deer a few meters away from us. I tried to come closer to take a picture and it wasn't even that scared because I could come close to 6 meters away from it. It probably found eating more important at that moment.
We stopped again at a shrine and temple on our way back to the hostel. Momo showed me how the praying works and ...
... up visiting a waste treatment plant. OK, so it's important to add the word "former" into that last sentence; this area has been completely landscaped and made into a great park with views over the whole city and out to the mountains. Plus it has a fountain show featuring a double rainbow. Can't get much better than that. Other sights in the city include the Winter sports museum which has an excellent interactive sports area (for the actual museum part, good knowledge ...
What a magic day. In the morning we made fresh tracks through powder knee deep, which was magic. Later we did some off piste skiing through waist deep powder which was fun but tricky. Fell once, and couldn't get out of the snow to put the skis on! In the afternoon we did shorter runs through soft powder until the pain made us stop for the day Hot bath with beer to finish off the ...
... Mountain, stopping for lunch at the Ninguru Cafe. It is a small hideway literally in the office, off the road. Thankfully for GPS or we would have easily missed the small sign pointing us to the road to the cafe. The food was average but I would rate it high as an experience that should not be missed. But do so only if you are not short on time. It is definitely not a 30 minute pit stop kind of deal.
Pushed all the way to the Bear ...