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... in the highlands to see an awesome alpine lake. It was actually a trudge through the snow, sometimes up to our knees, to a tiny ice-covered body of water at the top called Mt Okoto, or the Eyeball, because it looked....errr...like an eyeball. Even though no one was really clad for the walking conditions, it was a beautiful walk in the mountains, breathing in the fresh air and soaking up the alpine views.
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... resort around the world - think Wanaka, Queenstown, Banff - just with really bad roads and half finished buildings. Our new hotel was charming, with low doorways, tepid showers and water heaters that gurgle like a baby all throughout the night. Andie took us downtown, a distance of 500 metres, and showed us the main drag. A very pretty place with snow capped mountains and dozens of restaurants all vying for business. A few English-speaking touts were also ...
... as both Baba's had also consumed a fair amount of Rakia by this stage and appeared to be dancing to different rythyms. We joined in with gusto and showed them how Aussies could also shake their booty.
After the disco session, the Baba's grabbed some of the other girls and shuffled them next door and taught them how to make the local pom poms. The girls came back a while later proudly displaying their hand made souvenirs. All in all, a very entertaining night.
As the storms battered down on Ireland we headed to Dublin airport, with high wind warnings everywhere we still remained hopeful that our flight would take off! Parked up and on shuttle bus to the terminal we became more aware of the wind conditions as planes precariously landed, and the next one had to abort! The shuttle driver was great craic, and told us long time since Dublin had an accident so was due one lol in we went anyway and found out our flight ...
... awesome). First day we were back on our learner slope from 2012 so Nik could see what stages we were all at. Then we were off. Our lessons were only for 2 hours each morning, but Nik insisted on coming with us to see how we went each afternoon when we wanted to do a run down a new slope. He was always offering lessons and helping out his class after hours and even offering words of help to other classes if members joined us on our arvo runs and to Simon who wasn't ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service