After a huge hike on our first full day in Interlaken, we were planning to do a light hike on our second day. Due to some unforeseen blister issues, there would be no hiking on this day. So we decided to take a bus out to Thun. Thun is pronounced like "toon." Don't make that mistake. The man at our hostel was stunned that we didn't know how to pronounce it. Thun turned out to be the most magical little town with a beautiful castle and church. There was also a festival going on while we were there, which was very funny because we got to observe all the Swiss youths in their punk glory. Also one of the coolest things were the surfers catching some sick waves in the canals that run through the town. At the end of the day, it started to thunder as we were finding our bus back to Interlaken. We got on the bus we thought we were supposed to be on only to be greeted by the meanest bus driver in the world who told us we have to get off because he wasn't going to our destination. He was the MEANEST. So then we trudged back to the train station, paid way too much for a ticket back and took an actually really awesome dark and stormy ride along the lake back to our tent village. What a day in Thun.