Our cost post is slightly different this time. We have been trekking in the Alps over the last month and we thought it would be interesting to compare the costs in each of the countries.
We awake to a miserable day.
Yesterdays Via Ferrata doesn’t today look as bad, so we are going to stretch ourselves a bit more with the next ones.
We find ourselves in the middle of nowhere, not a bad thing!
Bad news, the weather is changing, rains and storms are on the way. That is a shame, precisely when we are most enjoying our Via Ferratas.
In the UK, France and Germany I suspect WWI conjures up images of the Somme, not here.
We panicked, we thought we wouldn’t get to do any Via Ferrata today.
Susana may have made the claim that Triglav was our first ferrata, but we didn’t use our ferrata kit, and well, lets face it, the Italians invented it.
Something we had want to try for a long time now, and this trip has given us the opportunity.
We have had lots of fun in Italy but we always feared that this country would be the one that blew our budget. Why was that the case?