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... tried to add our stuff on their as well, that never came. Once we explained to a very confused waitress that our stuff had never come they paid and we could leave for the lovely journey ahead. On the way out we noticed there were still some trail heads all the way up here that must go over the other side of the mountain. One trail was indicated to take over 4 hours to complete from that point. Obviously only serious hikers would ever attempt something so insane. On the ...
... though, we miss some of the scenic route. Some of the tunnels are 5k or more, and you come out of one and then you're into the next one. Saves going around the hill though, and when we are out of them the views are worth it.
Having found a camp ground just outside Interlaken, we spend the next day exploring the area. We enjoyed looking through the shops, very expensive though, but they remind you of what the Swiss are well known for; the Swiss ...
... shows Ethan across my lap while I try to remove the splinters.
Ethan and I both have a cough that will not go away. We visited a pharmacy in town and we were able to pick up the guifenesin cough syrup with codeine without a prescription! We'll sleep well tonight which will help us both to get better quicker.
We shopped and cooked dinner, and took it easy tonight in the apartment. We hope for another sunny day ...
... of hiking Swiss style, real Rosti and how quiet Switzerland can be. Time flies and the 6 weeks passed super-fast.
So, in the meantime we have arrived in Singapore and are getting ready for our next stop in Australia (in fact we are already in Australia when uploading this). Although we are only here for a few days we will max out on food and meeting friends. Stayed tuned for kangaroos, dingoes and laid back Australian life-style in our next blog entry.
... is quite normal and that my bottom will not fall off but I can tell you, it really bloody hurt!
I am suddenly aware that I seem to moan alot about aching in these blogs. Just shows how unfit I am!
We built a snowman yesterday. It was so much fun and something I don't ever remember doing before (probably the lack of snow in England during my childhood). He is over 6 foot and the neighbours kid was quite impressed!