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Travel Blogs from Val d'Isère
... methodically step out the patterns. I have included a few photos, each a day apart, of one of his designs. The first photo has the foot artist in the bottom left hand corner of the photo. The last photo was taken after a snow fall and the artist has done a refresh/modification to his work. All of his designs are so beautiful and detailed, one was of snow flakes and another looked like a lace cloth, impressive as all of them are enormous and he is stamping them out a step at a ...
... served by the organising committee, we all danced to the accordion, played by another member of the organising committee. The French people at this event, had a similar party dance to the Macarena, a kind of grapevine / line dancing step, which they all seemed to know. Once the accordion player started playing the tune, up they jumped, and followed a lead dancer on the floor. It was great to watch. The evening ended with a conga line ...
Last day packing bags Maurice john go to clean the car and fill tank cost 16 urero for 3 weeks of using car(diesel)
We went to cheese factory Beaufort really interesting for me then bought cheese we have eaten so much cheese that we will have to not eat it for next month to get cholesterol levels down
Marie Helen and i go shopping she speaks very little english I speak very very ...
... music playing. From the bottom of this run we took an 8 seater chair back up to L'Arpette and skied there for the rest of the afternoon. This was so we could keep an eye on the time as we had to catch the cable car back across the valley to our side of the mountain. As it was we ended up not getting back to the funicular till after 5pm. A great last day for Josh's ski holiday and also for us.
... and we've been told how busy it gets in B-S-M, so it seemed like a good time to take a few days off.
1 reblochon cheese (500g )
250g lardon (bacon), diced
1 cup creme fraiche
3 tablespoons chives
1 tablespoon butter
1 glass dry white wine (love this...wine by the glass not an ordinary cup!)
salt and pepper