So the legs healed and we set off from Jamie’s and Jule’s toward Switzerland.
If you guys are reading this we want to thank you soooooo much for the great time we had. Can’t beLieve it was actually a week! You made us feel really welcome. We miss Griff most of all and hope you guys managed to get to the land of the dragons.
So we landed in Switzerland and went to our first supermarket to check out the prices. It was not open so we sat outside having lunch when someone came up to us and said: make sure you use the bin after you! Like yeah….
so the two goons wherein the shop paying for their food when goon 1 handed over some € cash money flow and goon 2 smiled at the cashier. He promptly informed is that you can only pay in frankincense in Switzerland or euro notes. Shocked! How were we supposed to know that the currency changes! Money is pretty awesome though. They have half cents here.
Merv: our first day in Switzerland was turning out to be good. We realised we needed real money, the views were amazing,
and after a morning of climbing up hills it all went flat as we were cycling from the mountains to the edge of lake Geneva. Some big dirty clouds were coming in and we heard some thunder rumble.
The lake side was really populated but over an inlet we went and found a bird watching area. There there was a three story wooden building for watching the birds. So as the lightening, thunder and the wind picked up something rotten we hauled our stuff up the three flights of stairs and set up camp.
It was so windy the building was rocking but it was class.
In the morning we were nearly packed up 8 30 when two police officers walk up and ask if we stayed there.
No we said we were just getting out of the rain which had started again. It was good because there was a abandoned bike left there so we averted their attention to that saying it was probably stolen and left there.
Oh ya all the bikes here have a registration plate on them so they could identify it easily. So we finished packing and got the hell out of there.