Auberge La Porte Rouge
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... technique where the marshmellows melt the chocolate - Beth called it an art form haha.
We also spotted Beth doing something strange so she had to explain... An old Canadian Superstition - when the smoke from the campfire is coming towards you you repeat over and over "I hate rabbits" and supposedly it changes direction of the smoke.
After spending a few hours by the fire we were ready to de-smoke and recharge for our long day tomorrow!
L & B x
... on the green slopes and walking a while on the stupid flat skier areas and we moved on to the blue runs.
I sneakily took everyone down a run that started green, but I knew turned black all the way to the bottom of the hill so woops... I heard about it all the way down but when we got to the bottom everyone was stoked to have completed a few blacks and they wanted to do a few more but it was the end of the day and ...
... was super super sweet and even between the 5 of us, we didn't finish it. As was tradition, we all made our way back to the hostel and sat by the fire and had some beers. We met a massive group of Canadians and Alex and I beat them in pool no less than 10 times in a row. As a result, they took the huge map on the wall of the hostel and drew a love heart around Perth. Aus- 1, Canada- 0.
... what I knew. After about an hour or two they all started to get the hang of it and all made it down the hill.
After a little while one of our new mates from the hostel got to the slope and him and I went for a few runs down big hill. We started off on some of the blues and then quickly moved on to some of the black runs. On our second run we found ourselves at the top of the park. me being ...
... Alex and the dog's disappointment. This continued for the entire time I was driving for the next half an hour right up until the last 4 or so minutes when I finally got the hang of turning the bloody thing. We stopped at a lodge, had a hot chocolate and got to warm our feet by another fire place which was well deserved. Alex was happy because he got to dry his clothes off.
We got back in the sled, switching places and I must admit, Alex was a hell of a lot better at driving than ...
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