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... ski lesson in NZ earlier this year which daughter Chantalle arranged for me was excellent in helping me get the basics right and practice here is constantly improving my technique. Helen reckons I'm skiing particularly well considering my years, and it's true I can't say I've seen anyone else of my age on the slopes (maybe because they're more risk ...
... t know how I would have got through without you.
As I said, I was really worried about NYE and how I'd handle spending it without Cate by my side. Well as it turned out, I was fine. In fact the party we went to in the village café was one of the best NYE parties I've ever been to. The café had gone to trouble to create a really buzzy atmosphere with mood and strobe lighting, hundreds of balloons, a DJ playing very ...
... pottered around in the village. Helen needed some minor dental work and fortunately she found a very helpful and apparently very friendly dentist in La Clusaz.
I found today's skiing difficult and not as enjoyable due to the variable snow conditions and the stiffness of my thigh muscles (I'm obviously not as fit as I might have thought). It may be because the snow is so fresh and there is not yet a decent base, but the ...
It was a very cold but sunny day as Helen, John and I headed up to La Clusaz for our first day of snow sports. Unfortunately hundreds of others had the same intentions so there were queues at every turn, on the road, at the ski lift shop and to finally get onto the gondola to the top. but it was worth it.
Whilst some of the slopes could do with more snow, the skiing conditions were ...
... cities we've been in. The streets are wider, the buildings more modern, and I don't know how to explain it - but the feel was more European rather than French if that makes sense. We discovered a number of monuments and gardens, as well as ruins. After a while we found ourselves in front of the old thermal baths, which is now used as a tourist centre. These are not to be confused with the really old thermal baths, which were in the ...