Residence Maeva Le Hameau du Sauget
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... this week, so fingers crossed we will go skiing. Last Thursday we went to the local pub, nicknamed 'Blue Bar' purely because the outside light is blue- makes sense I guess. I walked up with hopes that quickly dissolved when I saw that there was only 4 people and the barmaid. A few 'vin rose' later and I thought it was time to head across to where a painfully attractive man was sat. Attempted to speak some French and he tried to speak some English. ...
So, I've officially moved to The Alps for around 6 months. It is so cold I can't even believe it and there is no snow. My first day at work was painfully tedious and I spent the full day folding tea towels but I guess someone has to do it. Not much to report, nothing exciting has happened yet. We're pretty much in the middle of nowhere, with our apartments about ...
Car unpacked and sold.....26,000km and eight months of loyal service! Now all we have to do is cull all this stuff we have accumulated. We're hoping to find a charity shop in Annecy that will take it all......shoes & clothes, chiller bag, thermos flask, pillows etc etc. The good thing about having a car ...
... nearest snow-covered cliff. It was exhilarating, scary, surreal and a little bit magical!! The boys LOVED it!!
Sam and Amandine were in the apartment in Chamonix, and through various text messages, we organised for us to stand at the top of the highest terrace and wave to them while they looked through the telescope. They could see us waving, and Sam managed to take a photo through the telescope of us all on top of the Aiguille Du Midi!!
After exploring all ...
... The sound was intense as it cut through the stillness and silence of the place. We ate lunch at the railway station, still in awe of what we had just done.
After exploring the historic hotel and it's museum, we caught the cog railway back down the mountain. Sam and Amandine joined us back at the apartment, and we went to a lovely Italian restaurant for dinner (we figured we weren't far from the Italian border!).