Rydges Thredbo Alpine Hotel
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... Off to bed to be woken by the sounds of something at the door. I wake Chris who listens to what then becomes footsteps on the roof, We have ourselves a possum who thinks the carnival has come to town and the roof of our van is his ice skating rink. We try all we can but he is not giving in so eventually we just fall asleep to the sounds of his play. We moved the ...
It cost us $66 for a family pass to ride the chair lift to the beginning of the Summit Walk. We jumped straight onto the chair lift with no wait and headed on up. The view is spectacular on the way up. Blue mountain ridges could be seen for miles around. The fog was still hanging around on some parts which look fantastic. About 10mins later we were ready to hit the track. It's a 14.3km walk to the summit and back. The track is very easy to walk ...
... and certainly most of the way back up the stairs. We went to the reception and the manager Ian came down, he couldn't smell anything. It was so awful. He did, however, give us more spray.
Allan had dinner that night, Sharon was so crook she couldn't eat a thing. We went for a walk around the village, that was lovely. Back at base the smell was, if anything worse.
We tried the bedroom downstairs and that is where the main smell was. Then we ...
... falling on my face on skis until the start of my lesson at 2PM. Ended up in a class with only one other student and a young, northern Italian instructor Gregor, whose looks would probably have been more appreciated by Di than me. He was excellent and by 4PM (that time again), had us doing parallel turns and hockey stops. As I write this at 9PM everything from my shins to my chest hurts but I may have caught the ski bug!
... that point Bethanie was kind enough to give me a leave pass I and went down the road to fish some of the epic looking streams that are around the place. I’ve got to admit I immediately felt the buzz of trout fishing – the water is crystal clear, the rivers are tree-lined and every section of the river looks like it holds fish.
The first spot I went to I caught my first brown trout; I was pretty pumped. The little fella gave three big ...