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... be sailing aboard one of the old steam driven paddle steamers.
This was certainly a great surprise to me.
With everyone aboard we all headed up onto the main deck to take photos.
The weather was now extremely warm and as we left Brienz we were all out
enjoying the sunshine up on deck. However this did not last long and we were
soon told to remove ourselves and go down onto lower deck as upper deck was only
for 1st class passengers.
Down below I took a ...
... water slides and mini jumps! The water was freezing cold even though I was in a wet suit. Also, my name was Flash on the adventure! I like to think that it is because I disappeared in a flash off the waterfalls! We headed back to the hostel and had a celebratory beer and chatted with my new friends. All in all, the easiest canyoning trip was...easy. Nick and Bryan made it sound like life or death at every turn but I want more crazy things! Give me the adrenaline ...
... had a tomato juice and 'James bond' pasta which was delicious. Afer that we skied the Schilthorn again and went to Birg for a side of the 'famous' curly fries. At Birg we met another Oak Haller called Kat and skied down to Murren with her which was a long but not too tiring. We got to Birg and met JJ with the boot bags (he took the gondola down). We then ...
... reveals many gluten free bakeries (well, more than one) in Paris, so that's my mission! Cake and coffee in Paris GF style, with a trip to Shakespeare and Co! I realise the hostel I had booked is too far out and grab a new one, but then am perplexed by the reviews - before I realise all the hostels in Paris have similar or worse reviews. Two nights only it shall stay, then, though I'd been tempted to book more after my bakery discovery. I learn from a ...
... for crackers and wine. When we got back to the hotel, we sat out on the balcony enjoying crackers, deliciously fresh cheese straight from the farm, wine, and salami.
We began packing, insert sad face, and then went down for dinner at our hotel restaurant. Dad at the riclette, and I had the rosti, which is like hashbrowns and cheese with bacon and egg on top. It was so good, but really filling, and I did not make much of a dent in it. We made our goodbye toast to ...