Chalet Hotel Dahu
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Just a few photos from the Ski holiday so far - won't bore you all with tales of daring red runs, lost snow chains (thankfully not this year, so far) or off piste escapades, but the attached photos are a way of sharing our holiday with family and friends ... Don't worry, there will be far more to come in the ...
... weather and conditions were much better then Chamonix, and it was a great day out with wide rolling slopes. We also went across to Courmayeur in Italy, and despite the terrible visibility the slopes were still good. For lunch we enjoyed yummy pizza, beers and wine. Post lunch we were offered some home brewed Grappa from the restaurant, it was surprisingly disgusting but knowing that it was a family brew we ...
... long run all the way back to Tignes and a fab last day of snowboarding.
So for the final night we took it easy and headed back to Alpaca. It's what you expect from a ski lodge, animal print throws, wooden walls and apparently there's a couple of wolfhounds in residence somewhere. Jonas brought his French friend Max who unwittingly provided our entertainment. His English was obviously better than ...
Had a great day exploring yesterday, but I don't really enjoy snowboarding alone. A bit of FB stalking revealed that a guy I met around 10 years ago (on a ski season in Les Deux Alpes), and his wife, were doing a season in Val D'Isere. Luckily Tom and Carolyn were happy to meet up and after they'd finished chalet maid duties I caught up with them over there. We had a great time in La Fornet, today brought heavy snow and reduced ...
... top of the black La Face run into Val and couldn't understand the fuss as I cruised along, not seeing another soul at the top. Then I came to a ledge, and looked down a mogul field full of people either edging down or having given in and removed their ski's. I made it down, but by this point my thighs were shaking and I made a slow trip back over to Tignes. That evening we headed to Alpaca bar and had marmalade mojito's in jam jars. Which taste better than they sound. ...