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... 8217;s and only 6 decided against going there.
The Coach ride through the countryside and mountains was very picturesque in that there were many lovely designed farmhouses in the various coloured shades of green fields. The cows in the fields with the large bells around their necks and the ponies really showed off a very relaxed style of living that only likely exists in this country area. The shapes and differing angles of the house ...
... which gave us more than one option. Standing on a hard to climb bridge over their interstate she gave us the come back down wave, as we have made another wrong turn once again. Nearing our return train station we hit some busy traffic heading home from work, making it more difficult to stay together. I was told to follow the sign for 3,a bike path, and somehow I convinced Will pulling Corbin to go straight...straight past our turn. Minutes later as we ...
... to take a picture - oops - and by the time memory returned the fondue was done, gone.
(Here's a picture of an empty fondue pot from a Swiss restaurant in San Francisco we've been to... this is what happened... you get the idea...)
Only complaint - Switzerland has amazing varieties and copious amounts of fantastic bread (brot). There's no reason to have sub-par bread especially served with a fondue.
... got some free food and music. And of course the fact that everyone speaks a combination of French, German, Italian and English. It was really cool to meet heaps of people from different places. Most of Trav's mates are interns at the same engineering company, and they hail from places like France, Germany, Italy, England, Dubai, and even Madagascar.
... euro "under the table". I feel like it was a victory. After my purchase and another quality Moroccan lunch, we had to head back to Ceuta and another intense border crossing and our return ferry back to Algeciras. Lucas taught me and some of our group a card game called Jungle Speed on the ferry, that once you get the hang of it, it's actually pretty fun. Once back in Algeciras I had to say hasta luego to my new friends and headed back via bus to Malaga. The next afternoon ...