Hotel les Cretes Blanches
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Just a few photos from the Ski holiday so far - won't bore you all with tales of daring red runs, lost snow chains (thankfully not this year, so far) or off piste escapades, but the attached photos are a way of sharing our holiday with family and friends ... Don't worry, there will be far more to come in the ...
... exactly what one wears under a onesie, Elana could barely fight the guys off despite (in her words) having both a cold sore and a boyfriend, and Muriel was also in great form. The night could have gone on much later when Hannah managed to persuade a couple of guys with a hot tub and a bottle of rum that they wanted to host us, but the rest of us weren't so keen and we made it home around 2am.
... why, the more I try to avoid trees, the more I head straight for them. After getting far too friendly with a couple of them, after 5 or 6 runs we were exhausted and stopped for a Leffe, before they had to head back to cook dinner for their guests. Tom and Carolyn are my new idols, having given up their jobs 3 weeks before the start of the season, and with no intention of going home for another year at least, I want to be just like ...
... for me! Plus the puddings are to die for. Better get some snowboarding in or else I'll be coming back the size of a house side.
After tea we headed out to sample the Tignes nightlife. It's not exactly wild, but we joined up with a pub crawl from somewhere and had an entertaining few hours, watching Hannah do her usual trick of attracting every weirdo in a 10 mile radius.
Tuesday was a vast improvement, bindings fixed thanks to one of ...
... 65 quid each to transfer flights (by this point we'd looked up the next flight on our phones, and had priced it at 105 including luggage, so bizarrely, this felt like a bargain). In fact the biggest ball ache was having to collect our bags (much to the amusement of the women at the outsized baggage conveyor belt, who were incredulous as to how anyone can make it to an airport in plenty of ...