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- Swimming pool
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... off it at the end and see how far you can fly. The points are also awarded for the speed though so you have to go fast and far!
It was pretty crazy watching the people jump off and fly over the side of this hill. Then there were little markers on the track to help show how far they have gone. I realised the markers were made out of little bits of pine tree which they placed in lines in the snow!! There were some pretty awesome crashes ...
... Guess what, it started to snow. Very lightly at first, right as we got out of the taxi! A Christmas present just for us! The Restaurant and hotel (it turns out) was once owned by St. Peter's church. The chalet style restaurant was cosy and filled with happy diners. We had only been seated for a few minutes when heavier, larger snow began falling. Then the only Australians in the place (it would appear) ran out ...
... and laughter ( and occasionally tears). Their was also plenty of tobogganing around the village and our apartments. The village being located in a valley, and with the alps as a backdrop provided scenery and an environment that is a truly picturesue. On Christmas Eve, we had the traditional Lange family get together, and even managed to squeeze into the local church for a half of the service. The rest of the evening was spent enjoying some of our hosts Christmas cheer ...
... Alex had an awesome time but it was all a little too much for Samatha. She tried hard, but it was to scary. Alex continued with the lesson and learnt a little more control. Dave and I then team tagged skiing and looking after Samatha. I spent the last 1 and 1/2 hours with Alex skiing. We had a great time and did some great ski runs (some harder than I expected). Alex gained more control and can't wait until tomorrow for more skiing. ...
Thursday 16th October Sad to say goodbye to Halstätt and our guesthouse but onward. Walked around the end of the lake in the rain, but luckily it was light and only lasted about half an hour. Along another track with lots of trucks for a while, but mud was only on the surface, so all good. Then across the river and along the railway till we got to Koppenbrüllerhöhle. This is the point where the cave river exits to join the river below. It is dry at present so not ...