Tirol, Austria

Tuesday, September 10, 2013
To celebrate our anniversary, we decided to go for a short trip to somewhere not so far away that still can be reached by a car. After a nice experience in Rheingau a few weeks ago, we wanted to have another walking day somewhere else. A colleague suggested us to visit Tirol, which is a region in Alpen. This area is actually more popular for skiing in winter, but in summer it's beautiful as well, and many people visit this area for hiking and walking too.

We really love the view from up there, especially the color combination of blue and green. Hearing the cowbell and breathing the super fresh mountain air made us feel so lucky to be alive. The only thing we worried about was the unpredictable weather (we even couldn't rely on weather report!). Luckily, it didn't rain at all on our way to the top of the hills.

The view was so amazing and it made our 8 hours walk really worth it. As first timers, we thought the route we chose would be easy. However, we ended up choosing the wrong one, which was actually for people with more hiking experiences. Good thing that we made it to the top without falling from the cliff. Another good thing was: we didn't forget to bring our tripod for selfie moments.

We were soooo happy seeing sooooo many cows around and also soooo amazed to see them lining in queue to get into their barn every 5 pm sharp! Even many (or should we say.. most..) people in our country (Indonesia) can't do such a queue! Too bad we were too far away to take any picture of it. Next time maybe ;)


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