Hotel La Maison Du Bez
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... I'm still very confused as to how they stay up there and don't plummet to their deaths. Snowshoeing proved to be a super fun experience with a heavy reliance on balance, which apparently I don't have too much of. But I only fell once, everyone in the group fell at least once, even our chaperone!
Then we got to spend some time in the village, it was so quaint. There was the ...
... our sandwiches and tried again.
This second time down the green slope I didn't fall. Not even once! We even did a little bit of a blue hill to get back to the base area. At this point, I felt like I was holding Katy from doing the harder routes so since I had kinda figured out how to go forward and was a little more confident I decided to try an entire blue route.
My first time down this route wasn't too bad. I fell once while I was trying to ...
... for Malaysia
Because I have still some weeks before my departure i decided to do a quick visit to Poland just a couple of days, haven't been there before and the flight was cheap so i took my chance.
Today would actually have been my official last day at work, but since I took a day off for snowboarding, Thursday (yesterday) I said goodbye to most of my colleagues. So now here I ...
... much that 15000 people were stranded en route to the mountains. Luckily, we were already there.
We were completely spoiled in Aussois (and we benefitted from the early "no snow" reduced prices). Our hotel was a beautiful small family run establishment with a Michelin recognized chef and a staff ...
... across who muttered at us in French and bossed others around. She obtained collective giggles sighs and groans by other frenchies. At the Montdauphin station it was just another shuttle bus and a walk up the icy mountain to reach our destination. We were the lucky ones however. Others took 24-36 hours to reach our accommodation. A friend of mine leaving the Alps moved 20km in 6 hours, then ended up in an emergency shelter for the night. There were ...