Travel Blogs from Arosa
... ourselves to stay awake for that, the disappointment might have been alleviated had we gotten the result we wanted, but even that did not work out. Ah well, let’s hope the final lives up to the occasion.
After a somewhat restless night we had a bit of a lie-in, but then pulled ourselves together and headed off for the Ostschweiz, Werdenberg and Sennwald to be exact, to visit Nicole’s Grossmama and other relatives. Nice ...
Maybe you noticed last night's blog didn't happen, but your correspondent offers no apology except to say it was nice to have an early sleep.
Don't know about you, but I really enjoy the rain. That's what's happening here in the Alps. Rain. It's a good thing for two reasons - gives me a chance to catch up with my cuz Roger (also his partner Joe) and we can sit around and do not much.
My hosts ...
... huge drops and slippery. On the positive side I saw some of the most amazing sights, mountains reaching to the sky and smooth bowling green manicured countryside. The Swiss, I believe, mow everything that they can get their hands on. There is also a cold snap here and the mountains are covered in beautiful unseasonal snow.
... It's has been a good group to travel with. 8 Australians, about 7 Canadians , 2 Malaysians and the rest from different areas of the US. Quite a few adult family groups travelling together. Everyone makes an effort to be on time which is great. The only annoying person is a fellow australian with a loud voice who thinks it funny to treat his Asian wife badly. So out of 41 people it's not too bad to ...
... its main religion is Roman Catholic
-Originally produced in France
-Sold more than 7 million units before actually being produced in France, 1988
-An electric folding bike
-Can reach up to 25 ...