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... at being paid €5 less than his fee but he had to accept it or make us miss our bus and flight. Luckily he took the money and left, pretty disgruntled but we didn't stay around to chat because as soon as we jumped on the bus left. We felt bad about not paying the dude the right money for most of the journey. We arrived at the airport and as we got their some lady face planted into the side walk. Naturally I helped her up and she was thankful. Later whilst waiting for ...
... struggle down it and that gave her motivation to do it. It was a sign that today was going to be a good day. We skied all the way to the cable car without stopping and Ash then saw the cable car that we would be riding up the mountain. She had a bit of a panic attack but she still got in and held on tight. A dude was standing at the window and moved so Ash could get a better position to see out the window. Ash refused politely with a look on her face that said ...
Today was our first day on the slopes. We had breakfast and went downstairs to the ski hire shop below the reception of the hotel. They had said in an email that they had clothes for hire but when we got there it was extremely limited. There were two big one piece snow suits, some massive snow pants, a few extra large jackets and that was about it. They also looked like they had come out of the 90s. I was sure it was just lost property that ...
... this first before doing the bog laps! Anyway I went across and noticed that they were closed until 5pm. The exact time our bus to the accommodation was supposed to leave. I had also read online that taxis here were really expensive but it was looking like we weren't going to have much choice to get to our accommodation except by a taxi. 5pm rolled around and we ducked into the ski office thinking it would be a case ...
... gets lonely sometimes so it's always nice to have some friendly folk to share your room with and a bar downstairs for the cheeky $2.50 glass of red. The power of the Roman Empire is soon realised when you visit the Colosseum. Day one of my roman adventure I visited this gigantic amphitheater and was blown away to hear it was built in 8 years!!!! I soon learnt that Rome owned the quarries all over the world for natural resources and building materials so ...