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... from Garry’s class to tell me I’m an awesome snowboarder (sometimes praise doesn’t have to be sincere J).
Once down to Angertal, we found Mark, he’d already traded his gear in (cough) wimp (couth)! He very kindly agreed to come up the beginners slope to watch me and my new skills.
I then had a run with some of the ski instructors: they were learning the snowboard so the pace was lovely. I enjoyed that very much, got ...
... ve ever experienced. If are good at snowboarding it need not be as exhausting. If however you find yourself falling over, albeit on the comfortable quilt of snow, it’s going to take a lot of energy to get back up, over and over again. This was unbelievably mighty fun, first on plain powder, then among trees. Slow going but so nice. If Hannis saw you fall, he would roar with laughter. “Oh ho ho ho! That’s so funny” his laughter ...
... he'd ceased simulating sex) I attempted to guestimate the gradient. The rule is, always round down, don't be a show off "35 degrees?" Hugh tells me it is actually signposted at the bottom as 48 degrees, wow. Stand straight perpendicular to the ground, like abseiling. I survived the easy jump, back around and up again I, via some strange and badly informed instinct, tried to make an edge on the second jump, very promptly after Julian had just re-iterated that we should ...
... dubious pleasure of regurgitating the hot chocolate and rum in front of my classmates. It’s actually quite uplifting to have that many people splitting their sides belly laughing, you can’t feel sick for long and have to join in.
Regardless of whether it was the chocolate or the rum, I was happy to stick to water for the remainder of the day and night. As such my photographic evidence is of slightly better composition. ...
... That sounded sad but I loved learning what he could tell me about the country he comes from. Garry persuades the DJ to play “Don’t stop believing”. Brief dancing on the tables interlude. Conversation doesn’t manage to get back to quite such a serious tone. We all spend a long time talking to the Slovenians. Turns out they are staying in the same hotel; we make snow angels, wake up the boys, eat fruit and turn ...