Le Chalet d'Adrien
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... home at 3 in the morning and were decidedly second-hand the next morning.
So here we are in Avoriaz, the Christmas - New Year rush / panic / chaos has passed and we are finding our feet, after 4 weeks of really hard slog. It would be fair to say that it has almost beaten us and we have been ready to pack our bags. This life is much harder than Whanga, and the clients are something pretty special.
So far we have had a wide range of groups , although all ...
... for lunch - it turns out that is what she meant! We had a lovely lunch and after that Nanny and Grandpa took a happy Marni back to the chalet and to the piscine for a swim.
Brody, Matt and I went down the Aillouds run to the Kandahar lift a couple of times and then we went to the the Chamois run and crossed over to La Cha and then went up that button lift and down the full run. Matt took some video this time too. ...
... across the valley. It all just makes you feel so tiny in comparison!
After another hour or so we began to climb in earnest to the Cabane Du Mont Fort perched precariously atop a knoll with its Swiss Flagg fluttering in the breeze above it. We were fortunate to get one of the two person attic rooms and we even have a tiny wind that whistles in the wind.
While waiting for our dinner, we sat downstairs drinking great Pinot, eating the greatest Lindt ...
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. ...
... slopes which tend to be a bit quieter as the lift up to them is positively ancient and very slow. I'm still not getting up the slopes as often as I should but have been up 5 times and am feeling a little more confident.
Work is ticking over. Sadly we've lost a team member, Ishmael one of the VE drivers has decided to leave. His replacement should be arriving soon, a friend of Nat's who apparantly worked in La Ros last year. It is a small world.