After the longest 24 hours in history, confined to a small seat, with very little leg room….
We arrive and its sunny! The girls make themselves at home.
Gill phones home…what a view!
We decided to go for a walk and explore the town, but the heavens open and out come the waterproofs!
Rachel feeling left out as the rest of our unit just happens to have a Geography related degree. She’s pretending to have one too! (at least she looks the part!)
Francesca (being a flood risk analyst) thought this river was the best thing ever! We all had a lesson on the different river courses and the second one being a braided river channel.
Back to our Chalet just in time for the rain to stop and a rainbow to come out… beautiful!
One hour in and the leaders are already getting restless….and hungry!
pose … trying to get some sleep!
After a: 40 minute ferry journey; a chorus of the sound of music; two toilet stops; breakfast stop; Singing along to the whole of Frozen (and that was just one of our leaders!); the whole of Ice age 3,
Finally we see some mountains….which only means one thing! We are nearly there…
After nearly three years in planning…since at a unit leaders meeting over drinks, when Switzerland was suggested. We finally set off in August 2014!
Packing took much longer than anticipated…you think a family holiday is tough, try packing for every eventuality and 10 children.
Then many hours later…
Packing for every natural disaster and incident!
We were finally ready for our (almost) 24 hour coach journey!