Les Chalets du Galibier
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- Swimming pool
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... but he did struggle in a group of 5 and his misunderstandings were brilliant. For our part, Elana and I will never again forget the French word for wardrobe.
Sunday started at an ungodly hour again, however this time we were determined not to make any mistakes with our flights and we made it home without incident. The leftover Gin was donated to Becca the chalet host. I hope it brings her better luck.
... I grow up!
Wednesday was also our chalet hosts day off so we headed out for tea, randomly, to the restaurant where Jonas works. We ate with James and Steph, the other couple staying in our chalet. There's another family in our chalet who are part of a big group so we rarely see them, though we can hear them, they can only communicate by shouting, which has become an amusing part of our day.
I arranged to meet up with ...
Had a very exciting start to my day, pancakes for breakfast! Hannah had me up looking out the window from the crack of dawn, as it was snowing (I did try to explain that it was essential in a ski resort and that my time would be better spent in bed...)
The girls got off to ski school. I took my time getting ready and then wandered off into town to find the lifts. And here I came a cropper. I could see chairlifts, but none of them seemed to be moving. I walked ...
... turn though, rather amazingly, I did manage to drive the same part of the M1 3 times (that's what you get for thinking you know better than the diversion signs) and arrive at the airport by 6:30.
Got through security no trouble and went for a leisurely breakfast (porridge. And a banana. If you're interested). The gate number came up on the screens so off we went, last minute trips to the ...
This week was my first week of classes, or I should say my first 3 days because I don't have class on Mondays or Tuesdays. As great as that is, it does make for a very tiring 12hrs of class on Wednesday. Each class is an hour and 45min which is surprisingly very hard to sit through! And I'm taking politics and economy for the first time in my life, hopefully it ends up being easier than I ...