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... to go on Friday and see a little bit more of the "behind the scenes," thanks to Tara Hughes, the wonderful mother of my roommate at BC/soulmate, Betsy Hughes. Mrs. Hughes introduced me on Facebook to her friend, Winnie Romeril, who was recently deployed by the WHO to Sierra Leone as the spokesperson on Ebola. Winnie is in Geneva until Tuesday, essentially debriefing and "discharging" from the WHO (she's not actually a full-time employee but ...
... of Aosta Valley and the mountains all around. There weren't any shops open during early afternoon, turns out italians can't live without siesta. Either way it was a great town and it might even be our next ski location. ...
... to find two connected pistes to spend the rest of the day. I have to say I've been quite impressed with the quality of a piste called ''les evettes'' in the Flegere area, it immediately became my favorite piste, mainly because of the width of the slopes.
Ski townwise Chamonix was dazzling with all the sports shops, (Mammut, North ...
... very churned up with the surface condition constantly changing with lots of moguls and icy patches.
It is interesting however to see how relatively cheap skiing is here compared to Australia. A day pass which gives access to a stunning 51 different ski lifts spread over 5 separate mountains costs 35 Euros ( about $A50) a day. Undercover parking is available in close proximity to major lifts for just 5 Euros per day. And there ...
... take road safety very seriously in a 12 km long tunnel! There are numerous exits to run to in the case of an emergency... Anyway we safely passed through it and out the other side and as we wound our way back down the side of the mountain we could see a glacier that was coming to an abrupt end but still solid ice! The very large ice chunks (as big as trucks!) seemed to be just hanging at the end of the cliff? How does that work?