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... count would invite you into his latrine, which had an actual door that closed, in order to share his "business" and chat. It started snowing as we left, truly transforming it into a winter wonderland, and one of the most beautiful places I've yet to visit.
Sorry for the super long post. Tell me if it's too long and boring.
Also, sister brag time, CONGRATS TO LAURYN FOR GETTING INTO HER FIRST SCHOOL.
Over and out.
... today and after my experience at Dubai airport I'm starting to believe she might actually be watching over me. Helen and I stopped after a couple of ski runs for a glass of hot wine at one of the many mountainside cafes. The saucer on which Helen's wine was delivered had a brief reference to the brand of coffee the café served i.e. "Cafes Folliet", but mine had lost the top of ...
... 120 customers determined to have a good time. The atmosphere was electric. Somehow the café managed to serve a six course meal with waiters with multiple plates in hand having to dodge around the increasingly wild and vociferous dancers. There seemed to be lots of different nationalities present. The table beside us was occupied by a very happy and friendly group of Italians. Sitting with us were the two couples we met at Christmas ...
... horizontal branches looked amazing.
La Clusaz was absolutely buzzing. The excitement was almost tangible with everyone seemingly out to enjoy the long awaited snow sports weather. But the cold was not something to be taken lightly. Restaurants and shops were stuffy and overheated, but once out in the open we had to be totally rugged up with all exposed skin well covered. Skiing with all this ...
... I was well rugged up and a glass of hot Gluhwein helped dull the feelings and this was followed by a steaming hot bowl of cabbage soup. Wow, the silly things one without a partner's comfort to consider does.
Yesterday was of course Boxing Day. Cate and I spent Boxing Day last year with eyes glued to the TV screen watching the Ashes cricket and the start of the Sydney to Hobart. Particularly because of the weather ...