Zur Dorfschmiede Hotel
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... Grandma for that kind of luck: thanks Grandma.
The lift took me to Bad Gastein. I then had a race against time to taxi back to Angertal to return my gear. 10 minutes to spare, tight but a success none-the-less.
We attempted après ski at the umbrella bar, capacity 100, currently 200 people inside, one of whom was behind the bar. This was not the place for the thirsty. Patience was not optional. Waiting there though was. We went across the road to ...
... my thighs hurt.
Very very rewarding day, best day ever, again. I waited for the lads for apres ski for all of 5 minutes, then decided to disco nap. I got on the bus home, fell asleep and took that sleep straight to bed for a solid 5 hour disco nap.
I donned my pimp suit for a couple of hours out with the boys, nothing too strenuous. For the one-for-the-road Mark and I went into the Irish bar, they were kicking out so we did a shot and ...
... life and regret nothing. He is an entrepreneur working in rehabilitation from sporting injuries, travelling the world to help and inspire others who have had motocross accidents and broken their spine and so on. Genuinely inspirational character.
When hegblooms closed at 7pm I located some Irish lads and shared a taxi back to Bad Hofgastein to re-join my absconding chums.
I found them; we got drunk and had a great night. Drinks at the hotel. Fancy dress. ...
... I think you are going to like it, it goes like this…" oh man, it was all difficult, and so much fun. “Listen guys, you are freestylers now, this is where it starts getting fun, you can’t just do the turns anymore”. My thighs are going to hurt tomorrow. These jumps and tricks completely transform how I see the mountain. Blue runs: these used to be pain in the ****, trying and failing to keep up with my ski ...
... Hofgastein, oops.
Back up, back down, right instead of left, met the class for lunch. We had two new classmates, both every bit as awesome as the original cohorts. Today’s lesson was drilling on carving. I found it tough having missed the morning but great fun again. The Knight: putting the sword into the stone on the heels and holding out a lance on the toes. Touching the board (I can’t touch my ...