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Year 13 Updates from Les Martinets, Switzerland - 8 October

08 October 2019

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Group 1 update from Minyoung:

We took a cable car to reach Schilthorn (2970m), it lies above the the village Mürren so we could have a walk in the beautiful village. At Birg, which is another summit that lies on the east of Schilthorn, we had a thrilling walk over. It was a cliff see-through pathway and was really exciting with the magnificent scenery. And at the Schilthorn, we could see the Jungfrau and other summits. After that we went to the Adventure park Interlaken to have a treetop course. Some of our group member have finished the hardest course!


Group 2 update from Luca:

After a challenging trek, the group 2 students have arrived at Lobhornhutte safely. Due to limited Internet connectivity this evening, a more comprehensive write-up cannot be sent. Parents will be able to see more information tomorrow.


Group 3 update from Jeremy :

The day began with a guided tour of CERN, something surprisingly difficult to book, but well worth the effort. At the very forefront of scientific innovation, we witnessed how researchers here unravel the mysteries of this universe. Then came the breathtaking Palace of Nations, where human rights is always the question at hand. We visited the many conference rooms where some of the most momentous decisions in recent history were decided, and observed global cooperation first-hand. Unfortunately, we were unable to visit some of the most famous halls due to active conferences taking place, but the experience was still enlightening. Tomorrow, we head out to Bern, for not only a change in scenery, but a change in regional language too.


Please see our Residentials Blog for regular updates and news about all the activities that the students are engaged in! 

Updates from 7 October