Le Yeti Hotel
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So, I've been here a week now. I feel a little bit lost as I'm very much ready to go out and do something and explore and adventure every evening, but because of our location, it's quite difficult to do without relying on someone here that has a car, which is only 2 people. I drove up the mountains to the ski resorts as part of work. I got to see exactly where we would be skiing and it was amazing! Unfortunately, there's no snow yet but we're ...
So, I've officially moved to The Alps for around 6 months. It is so cold I can't even believe it and there is no snow. My first day at work was painfully tedious and I spent the full day folding tea towels but I guess someone has to do it. Not much to report, nothing exciting has happened yet. We're pretty much in the middle of nowhere, with our apartments about ...
Car unpacked and sold.....26,000km and eight months of loyal service! Now all we have to do is cull all this stuff we have accumulated. We're hoping to find a charity shop in Annecy that will take it all......shoes & clothes, chiller bag, thermos flask, pillows etc etc. The good thing about having a car ...
... breathtaking views we had seen on the entire hike.
Barbara was excited to finally be in Italy. But she never dreamed she would walk to Italy! The downhill to Refugio Elisabetta was pretty easy and through yet another gorgeous valley. We arrived mid-afternoon. The name of the place made me think of my mother a bit. Wish she was here.
We took advantage of the time ...
... raised Bosnian studying music media who dreamed of running away from Italy to set up life in London.
We spent the next eight hours dancing our way through the slushy night and laughingly tumbling ourselves out of the way of abusive taxi drivers and eventually, as we approached half three in the morning (a time of day rarely seen by my eyes as I usually crumple into spontaneous sleep little after eleven), our manic hunt for the last bus home found success. We departed in ...