Lutry, Switzerland

Lutry, Switzerland

I can't believe the Swiss journey is coming to an end.

After the final, Sarah & I went out to purchase copious amounts of chocolate (I mean it is Switzerland...). A few of us headed to Lutry, which is a small waterfront town just outside the city of Lausanne. We were laying in the grass as the hot (60 degree) sun beamed down on our faces and we were sharing some of favorite stories from the past year in Switzerland. All of a sudden a MASS of people were heading towards us. It was a large group filled with with wonderful people in our program we had been with for the last eight months. 

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The Little Adventures that Matter(horn)

The Little Adventures that Matter(horn)

This semester I took a geology course to complete my science credit.

It's pretty neat studying geology in the Swiss Alps. I even learned that the Matterhorn is actually apart of the African Plate Boundary so technically the Matterhorn is part of Africa, cool right? 

Well after that revelation, and the whole "I've been in Switzerland for eight months and still haven't seen the Matterhorn" thing, a few friends and I decided the absolute BEST way to study for our geology test on Monday was by going to the Matterhorn the day before. 

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Hiking: Aareschlucht Gorge, Switzerland

Hiking: Aareschlucht Gorge, Switzerland

We visited Aareschlucht Gorge in Switzerland this past weekend.

On Saturday we took an early afternoon train from Lausanne to Interlaken where we had a quick lunch for an hour and explored the area around the train station in Interlaken. After that we jumped back on the train and headed down towards Aareschlucht which is a gorge in the middle of the Swiss Alps. 

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