always enraptured by nature’s beauty
semi-dramatic day where we left our winter jackets on the bus and had to brave the icy weather with whatever we were wearing
pleased to say im not quite the same person back
in the same place
view of swiss alps from a distance
stars in the night
recycling, recycling, recycling
mi padre y mi madre en el bosque
moo moo grazing peacefully on grass
weird hairy birds
if you fall, you fall straight into nothingness
My highlight has got to be this: tobaganning down the Swiss Alps, wind in face. Silently squealing WHEEEE!!!! Given another chance I would have gone much faster 🙂
Bye bye Marcel’s, bye Lucerne! Until we meet again 🙂
Gleischergarten (glacier garden), being nerdyee and geographyeecally excited:
photos after the jump, for keeps
sedimentary rock: patterned waves on sands, compressed
HUGE POTHOLE!!!! FROM AGES AGO
favourite exhibition :))
labyrinth of mirrors, and neverending walkways, multiple selves
Lucerne is a very beautiful city 🙂 When I am old and retired (and rich), this would be a great place to come back to.
more photos after the jump, for keeps
NICE BREAD + daily jogurt
duck feeding wheeee those ducks sure know where to get their food. the moment we sat down with our pizza they swam over; the moment i tossed them my last bit they swam away.
The Lion of Lucerne (Lion Monument), that commemorates the Swiss Guards who were massacred in 1792 during the French Revolution, when revolutionaries stormed the Tuileries Palace in France
Kapellbrücke (Chapel Bridge)
Weather’s been good, I had fun hanging out with my cray cray friends. Currently left with $0.60 CHF – spent my last bit on some Schweizer schokolade.
To remember by, photos after the jump:
cray cray people
cray cray people
GOT THE KEYS!!!
Partyin’ in the dungeon ~~~ cray cray people
My 16 year old self would never have guessed that the 3 of us – the people sitting next to me and behind me in class – would be gathered here years later, sipping hot chocolate and laughing about prom, the lockers we hogged, and the stupid things we used to do.