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... planning on having a
braai. Not to be since the moment the sun went behind the mountain the
temperature dropped below anything that is possible to braai in. The braai was
cancelled and we moved across to Stef’s house for an excellent cooked supper
prepared by Stef and Jan. A bottle of wine later we headed back to camp for a
good night's sleep.
... were able to warm up with a pot of Peppermint Tea and a bowl of tomato
soup. Awesome………… Bad luck though, we still needed to walk another 14 odd kms
to reach the village of Spinas where we boarded the train for home.
All in all a 24km walk that took us all of 8 and a half
hours, two blisters and sore legs made it a day to remember.
Needless to say it wasn’t too difficult to get to sleep that
... take some pictures before it starts become standard issue around each corner.
From there to the city of Bern and across lower mountain passes to Interlaken. I had no idea where I would end up; several times I just coded in the next large town and headed in that direction until I got to the town of Brienz. If it had been early in the day the next obstacles would have been a pleasure to meet. The mighty Grimsel and Furka passes. ...
... room to (very reluctantly!) pack up. Stopping to chat to Corrine on the way, (who again reminded us this had been the WORST European summer in years, but quickly told us we'd had the best weather in Murren for a month) once packed we left our bags in the foyer to be delivered to the cable car at the other side of Murren before setting off through town to find Andy a Murren jacket he'd long waited for... Only the shop was closed. Bugger! We visited another ...
Camper sleeping always takes some getting used to. Altitude
doesn’t help either. Fortunately I was so tired that it didn’t matter.
We woke up to an overcast and cold morning and after a quick
breakfast Corinne and Stef decided that a warm up walk would be in order. The
definition of a warm up walk being a 14km walk in the mountains. I must say
however that it was ...