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... houses are packed with weaponry. The country has the biggest rate of suicide due to guns handy? Or the fact euthanasia is legal? Switzerland is run by 4 parties but any citizen can change a law with a petition of 50,000 signatures. Hence there are some really silly crazy laws. Examples: You must own guinea pigs in couples. If one dies you have 24 hrs to buy another or you may rent one within 12hrs. It is illegal for tourists to wear speedos You can't urinate ...
what did you all get up to today?
Oh that's nice. Me? Not a lot..
just JUMPED OUT OF A HELICOPTER!
Okay let's back up a bit.
We arrived in Lauterbrunnen last night. In the darkness it took a while for us all to realise, we were quite literally in the mountains. I know that sounds a daft thing to say considering it was the Swiss Alps, but I mean we were smack bang standing between huge mountains ...
... nude and left my stuff all over the place! It's the little things that make us backpackers happy!
I took the train into Interlaken and wandered the streets checking out the shops and stopping for a sandwhich from the Co-op that I ate in a park whilst watching paragliders landing. I ended up finding a dirndl, which is the authentic dress that is worn at Oktoberfest, and decided to buy it so I wouldn't miss out when I got to Germany. I chose a black one with ...
... easy to think of Heidi and Peter as we climbed through the wild flowers with farm animal bells ringing out around us.
Above the farms the forest thickened quite a bit and the incline steepened. By the time the trees began to thin our direction switched to following the ridge west and the incline relaxed slightly. Here we started to see other hikers and bikers out enjoying the day. Small mountain streams and waterfalls crossed our path, the wild flowers ...
Thursday 19th April
Woke up early to shower and pack up and go downstairs for a breakfast of croissants and toast. We had a slow breakfast before putting out bags in the coach and heading off for our big driving day. The 19 hours consisted of sleeping, snacking, listening to music, blogging, watching movies, bus games, learning Spanish, lunching by ...