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... I got one on video which I have posted with this. It looked really painful but they all just got up and walked off.
It was also funny because every time an Austrian or German would come to jump they had their own little intro music and everyone would cheer. I think they have a lot of competition, maybe like New Zealand .v. Australia. In the end it was a Japanese guy who was in the lead though. We also got to see some awesome ...
... 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 ...
For the past two days we have been skiing. On the second day of skiing, Samantha and I had a private lesson. First we went up the pommel and came down the blue run. Samantha and our teacher (Andrea,) went down the mountain together and I went down on my own because Andrea wanted to see how I went on the blue. Next Andrea took me up the chair lift which seated 6 people and had seat warmers and took you up to the red run (intermediate) level. At first it was hard, then I got the ...
We arrived in Werfenweng, Austria on the 22nd December. The place was a magic white winter wonderland. It had snowed the day before, so there was ground covering. We found the apartment which is a lovely Austrian house. We went and organised a ski lesson for the kids and got their gear. We went out for a lovely dinner and walked home in -4. The next day, we road the gondola up the mountain for the kids lesson. There was not much snow ...
... and shops were thematically colored in natural wood tones and covered in hanging plants and flowers. Occasionally there would be an opening in the right side of the lane providing a view and access to the lake. As we pushed further inward there were a plethora of handicraft and souvenir shops to cater to the abundance of tourists. Clearly Hallstatt was on the tour route as there were half a dozen buses just outside ...