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Travel Blogs from L'Alpe-d'Huez
... so much!! I will keep that video forever! The GoPro was definitely worth buying!
We have met so many nice and interesting guests. It's weird because I've never been on holidays where you sit with other guests and socialise as much as we do here in the chalet. It seems as though that it's what people come for.. as well as skiing obviously but I think we give great hospitality!
My only complaint is that much of the lower areas of the mountain had to artificial snow added to it which made it doable, but not by much. It was solid ice with a fluffy frosting on top that would move with you instead of giving traction. The first couple of falls hurt enough to make the idea of falling again frightful, and being scared to fall tends to result in falling more ...
... 10 mins by a couple heading home to Grenoble.
All in all, it was a very positive experience and a great first hitchhiking experience for Laura.
Once in Grenoble, we ate some at a Thai restaurant and then went out to play pool with two of her friends from when she lived in Grenoble last year.
A great start to a great trip!
From Grenoble, with love,
The forecast was correct - sunshine and clear blue skies after three days of poor visibility and high winds! Our plans was to do two peaks in one day. Turns out that was a bit ambitious as, after the snowfall of the previous two days, there was a risk of avalanches which meant the top slopes were out of bounds until the all clear was given. They set off 'cannons' - which are giant pipes dotted over the mountains that ignite gas and ...
A relaxed start with presents in bed. I was given a skiing Father Christmas jumper which I wore to breakfast. Weather and skiing conditions still not great. Low visibility and windy. But we made the most of it and went wearing Santa hats, balloons and shiny gold ribbon as ...