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Travel Blogs from Tignes
... day on the slopes, so she and Klaus headed off to the hospital to get her knee/calf checked out. Luckily nothing was torn or broken, just a pulled calf muscle, so she was back with us after having a day resting and icing her calf. We had visions of her being housebound with a torn calf muscle, like Paul, for the duration of her holiday. Thankfully that was not the case!
The first crocus are starting to flower in the garden beds alongside the streets, and they do ...
... served by the organising committee, we all danced to the accordion, played by another member of the organising committee. The French people at this event, had a similar party dance to the Macarena, a kind of grapevine / line dancing step, which they all seemed to know. Once the accordion player started playing the tune, up they jumped, and followed a lead dancer on the floor. It was great to watch. The evening ended with a conga line ...
... did some runs we hadnt done before wow what a great day to finish our last day
Feeling sad but it has been awesome but looking forward to NZ warm weather and enjoying some more summer
We finished the day ,with 2 runs down Mont Blanc our favorite run once down the blue and one down the red I did a few tree runs and fnearly buried my self Maurice and John thought they were going to dig me out
... music playing. From the bottom of this run we took an 8 seater chair back up to L'Arpette and skied there for the rest of the afternoon. This was so we could keep an eye on the time as we had to catch the cable car back across the valley to our side of the mountain. As it was we ended up not getting back to the funicular till after 5pm. A great last day for Josh's ski holiday and also for us.
... 1. Clean potatoes and cut them by half.
2. Boil potatoes into salted water for about 30 minutes (They're ready when a knife enters easily). Then, you'll take them off water and let them chill.
3. Meanwhile, peel and slice onions.
4. Melt butter in a frying pan. Add sliced onions.
5. When onions are translucent, add bacon dices and leave over medium heat for 5 more minutes stirring often.
6. Preheat oven ...