Travel Blogs from Davos
Today I took a day trip to a couple of little villages, heidiland and Liechtenstein - a small country that is between Switzerland and Austria. It was a very nice tour and we passed through lots of farm land. The farms are all cute and old and tiny and they were smelly because everyone was spreading manure ...
... run on the snowpark again.
Altogether we caught the gondola up to the top again for lunch. It felt great to sit down and loosen the shoes for a bit while gazing out the window at what should have been a spectacular view. The clouds still clung stubbornly to the mountain obscuring the valley below. I had for lunch a traditional buckwheat vegetable pasta dish which was really tasty, and Joel had the rosti and fried egg which was covered in melted cheese. Very good ...
... went down the slopes a bit faster and even through some deep snow. Was harder for Joel as he had to keep unstrapping the bindings and move around. The slopes were too short for him.
We played and practiced on the slopes for about an hour and half before we stopped for lunch at the café. Brigitte had to leave to do errands and we walked with Eric home. We had a go with our parenting skills a bit, but got him home and to a party at 1pm on time.
... track as it had fresh snow and wasn’t very icy the track was a bit slower. So we pulled our sleds to where it got steeper and then had a race down. Brigitte and I had slower sleds and took much longer and had to work very hard to keep up momentum. But it was good because we could admire the beautiful scenery with the mountains reflecting the moonlight and the snow on trees glowing from the floodlights. We got to end of the run in Bergun and had to ...
... which not only bruised my inner thigh but my pride too. It was a really fun run though with lots of fun corners, steep slopes to get a bit of speed then gradual ones to relax on. The last 2 km goes through the forest which was a great feeling also. After 2 runs, Brigitte had to leave us, but Joel and I did a further two more runs. Joel took to holding the front of my sled to guide me and help me turn as my sled wasn’t as responsive as ...
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