Rydges Thredbo Alpine Hotel
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... was the last day of the winter season at Thredbo, we decided to take a little staff excursion up the highest peak in Australia. We were all under the impression there would be enough snow that we could hike up the nearest peak, traverse as close to the mountain as possible, and repeat until we made it up Mt. Kosciuzsko. Not a bad way to bag one of the seven summits! Unfortunately a recent heat wave melted most of what was left and we ended up ...
... I had a blast teaching skiing for several weeks in the meantime. Working with Kris has been a lot of fun and we jive very well together. Great news for our plans to open a bar/restaurant together when we get home! Now that we're finally committed to Merritt's and settling into a rhythm and a routine life feels much easier. And we've officially caught the fever to ride some Ja-Pow*, so may need to schedule another trip through Asia on our way home.
... being extremely unfit it's also very exhausting but rewarding. A metal path leads the way. You walk past little fresh mountain streams where you can spot baby trout. Past rocky granite outcrops of Rams head Range, plenty of wild flowers can be spotted everywhere. Mainly in yellows and whites. Along the way you come across plenty of information boards letting you know what you are looking at. And spectacular view after spectacular view makes the exhausting walk so ...
... is no mention of us having our licence photocopied." So they have to find the manual of documentation required to sell their own annual passes and find that indeed we are correct, they are not to photocopy our licence. They are, by now getting frustrated and after 40 minutes finally they give us our passes.
When we were driving off and safely away from their office Allan said "humph we are Australian citizens after a NSW National Parks Pass why do we ...
Next stop was Thredbo where the boys now realised why we asked them to wear long pants and two jumpers. It was 4 degrees with a 45km/hr wind which made it feel like zero. It was freezing!! But in true Johnno fashion we pressed on and bought our chairlift passes.
The chairlift was a lot of fun, the views were spectacular and we were all very excited - but the wind was very chilly!
Once we got to the ...