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... on the slope! Well, not really, they were just flattening the snow I think but they were all in time and there was music so it looked funny. I took a video to add to this too.
There was some other cool stuff we wanted to do nearby. We drove to a castle and past an ice cave but they were both closed. It seems like a lot of things here close for winter which is a shame, there has been plenty to see anyway though and staying here has been very nice.
... meditation in Covent Garden
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I've volunteered to help at the London Comedy Film Festival in January. I am very excited about this opportunity, more excited then I've been in a while. And I'm going to keep my eyes open for a few more of these opportunities! Who knows what I might get to be a part of in 2015. One can only jump forward and take a leap of faith :)
... its not snowing and you can just enjoy the sun.
We decided to go to Mondsee next which is another lake town. It was very pretty as it was surrounded by mountains on all sides. There was one restaurant open there which was right on the lake front and had a lovely view. We had some lunch there and watched the tour busses come through. I'm glad we got a car and can explore in our own time is all I'm going to say about that haha!
On the way back ...
... straight for one of the many salt mines around Salzburg. Salzburg has several, and they are incredibly touristy and cheesy, but they were something that Kelly and I felt like we should do while we were here.
To go to the salt mine we had to put on white coveralls. Let me tell you, we were unbelievably stylish in them. I am not sure why we had to put them on, because we didn't get dirty at all while in the salt mine. But ...
... Saturday was to be our last in Innsbruck. The soreness had dissipated and we were ready for one last activity - White Water Rafting! It was something that weŽd both wanted to do but never
gotten around to. A company ran tours just out of town in one of the icy, snow-melt rivers. At the rafting centre we handed over 40 euro and they handed back a paddle, a cold wetsuit and a helmet. Onto a bus with 50 screaming Austrian teenagers. ...