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... nice people. A group we had recently which comprised 5 families represented, only one didn't have maids and housekeepers, and various others helpers, around them the whole time in the home world. We haven't been spoken down too at all which is plus. A couple, who are our colleagues in Morzine, had the children who were staying openly referring to them as servants. My reaction to that sort of thing would probably have got me fired. Sometimes we feel that is in fact what ...
Firstly a story I forgot to mention yesterday, I recounted it to Matt his morning, when we walking off down to watch Marni at ski school. When Marni and I returned from the pool, she wanted to put the code in to open the alarm, so I said okay then, push "2", she then pushed "5". I said, "Marni, let mummy do this one and you do the next one. You pushed 5 instead of 2."
Marni replied "oh, how embarrassing" and walked inside. ...
... 28 degrees, playing a little game Marni had made up.
Brody, Grandpa, Matt, and Brody went down the Aillouds blue run all the way down to the Kandahar lift run again, and then back to the top and then back. They met us in the pool and the four of us, Matt, myself, Brody and Marns, played in the pool and spa until it was time until it was time to go back for dinner.
Got some video of Marni today, Brody's turn tomorrow.
... to be a service required reminder apparently). Finally on the road 2 hours later than hoped for, and headed for 'Monkey Mountain'.
We were each given a small handful of popcorn which could be fed to the animals by hand, and proceeded on the walk (it was reportedly 800m in length in total). It is a lovely area for the animals, perched on the hillside and heavily vegetated. There were a few Macaques right at the start sitting on the wooden ...
Oops, no notes again! Refuge Elena quite new and modern. Large dorms but partitioned into bunks of 4. Located on a high ridge overlooking the valley, where we had a long break and arvo tea. Met some interesting groups of Italians, see the funny hats. It seems that all of Italy has these 2 weeks off, so the trails and refuges are full. Dinner in a lovely dining room, food pasta as usual. ...