Beautiful landscape views, Whatagain. It must have been real joy to be out in that terrain.
The "castle in ruins" turning out to be a natural formation seems part of the magic of that area. In the photo just after the first waterfall picture in #4, there is another natural formation that sure looks like the house for the trolls who guard the waterway.
For the hotel to provide such a lavish breakfast for the guests, many of whom must be there for the hiking, is both generous and good business.
Thanks for this unexpected look at a beautiful place.
Used in Oz as well in the saying "not a sausage". Sausage and mash = Cockney slang for 'cash' so originally it meant 'haven't any money'. Now it just is used lightly to say a person can't find or hasn't got something.
"Did you find those tools in the shed?" "Nup, Looked all afternoon...not a sausage"
Travel! Set out and head for pastures new[br] Life tastes the richer when you’ve road worn feet.[br]Ibn Battuta[br]