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... around us. Then while we sat chatting another couple behind us
started chatting to us, they were also from UK and so a whole gathering of UK
tourists had begun.
After about an hour I thought I better get going as it was now after 3pm.
Back on my good Honda and off I went to continue my journey to the top of
this pass. As I headed over the summit there ahead of me was a great band of
mist and I was heading straight into it!! I knew this was going to be ...
... adrenalin from an epic last run. Billy even mumbled that the day up Mt Titlis was better than the Tottenham Hotspurs game. The whole day was a day which will be hard to forget, one of the best. The night was slow and finished off on a sheepskin with a glass of Pinot noir whilst Billy and Ben found themselves recovering in front of the Xbox. Off to Florence tomorrow, via Pisa. Will eat my weight in pizza and pasta until then Switzerland we'll be back... C & W ...
... an amazing 40 minutes ( not as scary as I anticipated). The scenery is indescribable. Our coach met us at the base, at Alpnachstad and took us along Lake Sarnen to Giswil where we met the Burtol family ( not sure of spelling there) Hans, his son and buddy Seb took us in three horse drawn carts for a ride and tour of their enchanting village and farm. Hans' family have been farming this land since the 16th century, his walnut trees are something like 200 ...
... as good. Eventually the guys decided they wanted to try a run that is pretty famous in Engelberg, it is 1km of open face covered in snow! When we finally made it to the top of the run you can see right off the side of the mountain down to the town (which is almost vertically below) and on this day we were lucky enough to be able to see both above and below the clouds, I am sure this has to be a very rare thing. The actual run was awesome but very tiring, my ...
... at full capacity, as we make the final stretch up to the pass. Finally, 3 hours from when we started, we top the ridge and a phenomenal view opens up before us. I can't see it through all the sweat rolling into my eyes, but I know it is there. We take our packs off and admire the view all our sweat and hard work has gotten us to. We have a great view of Mount Titlis and the glacier beneath it. After a nice lunch of bread and cheese, we start down the other ...