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... looking for skiing /boarding, a party, and to get lucky occasionally. Be fair to say its a target rich environment, in all categories. We got a lot of kudos because of our age, and that we were 'living the dream'. Kind of funny also, we went to the staff do at the end of training. It was in a nightclub. We walked in about 10pm and everyone cheered. Said hi to people, bought a drink each, a 250ml Heinie and a vodka and coke. Cost NZ$26. Didn't stay long, but our ...
... made for amazing scenery. We had a lovely afternoon, we missed Marni, it will be great when the four of us can ski together.
I managed to get better at skating today, but just as I stopped I over balanced and put my arm out to stop the fall, it was the arm I have had the injury on for the last half of this year. I thought it had been getting better up until we got to skiing. Les Houches interchanges between runs involve ...
... took Brody on the Chamois blue run and button lift again, until we met them at around 12 on the Ecole slope. We took Marni up the eggy lift, and on the way she devoured a croissant - fast becoming a fave food of hers.
Straight away Matt and I saw that the Magic carpet area was empty so we went to take Marni there, we slid down, with her in between his legs. We were there on our own for a while and then the gentleman from the main ...
Oops, no notes again! Refuge Elena quite new and modern. Large dorms but partitioned into bunks of 4. Located on a high ridge overlooking the valley, where we had a long break and arvo tea. Met some interesting groups of Italians, see the funny hats. It seems that all of Italy has these 2 weeks off, so the trails and refuges are full. Dinner in a lovely dining room, food pasta as usual. ...
... home just to have him dump us out at the bottom of the hill! Lea was in the front seat and quickly let him know that was Not part of the plan. He backed up slightly then turned the car up the hill through the tunnels of the town moving us closer to our destination. At another turn he pointed to a sign which clearly said no automobiles / no exceptions and, the silly man thought that he would persuade us to get out at that point...still a good half mile ...