Day 1 started with a scenic drive to Lauterbrunnen, from where we boarded a charming cogwheel train to Jungfraujoch the highest altitude railway station in Europe at 11,333 ft. It felt surreal to be on the very top of Europe, on my birthday!
The only thing I know, is that I'm so grateful to the snow! This is the first view that I got, on the top of Europe. The snow clad mountains, looked exactly the way my granny described in her stories.
The infinite snow! And though there are endless adjectives I can use to describe this image, words would never be able to justify the beauty of this place!
Only if i could eat up the snow, I would and I should! This view totally blew my mind away.
My sister trying to twin with the flag of Switzerland! I am good in Black. Also, the element of wind, on the top, just kept blowing in excitement (blame it on my birthday)!
Day 2 was a trip to Mt. Titlis which at 10,000 ft is the highest peak in central Switzerland. We reached the peak in two different cable cars, and believe me when I say that the scenery changes from green meadows and scenic lakes to snow clad mountains. The last leg of the ascent is in world’s first rotating cable car called the ‘Titlis Rotair’.
My dad was a 'low-budget' Shah Rukh Khan throughout the Switzerland holiday!
I clicked this picture while being seated in the Ice Flyer Chair Lift - one of the most amazing places that I've sat till date! The feel - the view - the height... gave me chills!
A mandatory picture from the Ice Flyer which is focusing more on our legs and less on the snow!
'Men at work' while we were on a holiday!
When someone said, 'The view from top is always amazing' ... was right as hell, I can tell!
I believe in the metal rods, more than the PM of my country! This is the TITLIS Cliff Walk – Europe's highest suspension bridge, where our hearts were beating at a much faster rate, but every beat, was worth it!
Me... trying to balance everything in my life!
Me ...realizing that everything is already balanced! *Yay*
On the top of Uri Alps!
Big big cities, small small things! Keep happening, keep happening, will keep happening!
That's end of the #photosofsnow from Switzerland. I hope you all liked it!