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... the pass to Wengen.
Its almost 5pm by the time we are back at our hotel and we are all quite
tired but as per usual I decide its still to early in the day to stop and so
head off to explore the local area.
As Wengen is built right high up on the edge of a mountain I decide to
follow a path that looks like it is leading down to the town of Lauterbrunnen
As I walk down this path between the houses its getting a bit muddy but
... We took the walkway right next to Lake Lucern where a mother duck and her tiny hatchlings swam right by our path and hundreds of swans filled the water. Tree lined paths were filled with Sunday afternoon people on a stroll and wild flowers and roses decorated the banks near stately buildings. It was a perfect way to end our day's activities. Shortly after 6PM or 18:00 as they say, we met up with Elizabeth and Hans Ulrich who live an hours drive ...
... of the original church and the tomb of a saint; and finally, after a stroll up the river I climbed the hill to the Technical University and admired the great view over the city until sunset. When I got back to Jonen I had a few minutes to get ready before we all set out for a meal with the parents of Luca’s girlfriend and Cecille’s boyfriend, and their kids. Driving to the foot of a nearby hill we walked and caught a train to its summit, where ...
... and has a few specialty dishes that we will try before we leave. One dish is fondue, so with the temperature being in the 90s, I'm not sure we will try it. After dinner, we decided to walk the waterfront and enjoy the view. There is a festival going on, called Blue Balls. There were food and drink tents set up all along the waterfront. We inspected all the tents since we will probably eat here the next night. There were also two bands playing, and we found out later ...
... had built on the exact site outside the city where Protestants had been forced to go outside the ancient wall for their worship! The Hong Kong regional report was of great interest because I grew up there and David To did not disappoint. 7 million people in 1,100 square kilometers!! Christian schools are fully funded and so thrive - David's school has over 1000, with classes of 40-45. Of 400 secondary schools, only about 20 have all Christian teachers. The powerful influences ...