Holiday Park Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... wine tasting and we treated ourselves to a bottle of rose, which we are enjoying as I write this! The views from this winery were even better than the first and I was in heaven. It was just something else!
They drove us down a river side road where we got to be nosey and see all the millionaires houses that lined the river front. The houses were absolutely huge and all unique. There was a peach orchard at the beginning of ...
... tree runs, it was epic!! Plenty of powder and we could stay out of the wind and fog. At one stage we thought we lost josh so we unclipped and started hiking to try find him, worried he may have fallen in a tree well. We yelled and yelled. There were lots of dips in the snow with creeks and big tree wells that we had to be careful with. We found josh! He was waiting at the bottom, just got separated from us, ...
... all the planes from America were late due to very bad whether and no Sue didn't make the plane, but more on her story later. The flight was only one hour, nice and quick, went to get our luggage, that's when the dramas started one of Rob's bags got destroyed and and Cooper's snow pants, looked like a bear had attacked them, as check out the photos.
The lady from the airlines did ...
... when I'm just sitting around at home, until I go to do something like tuck my feet under me on the couch and then my knee will tell me I still can't.
So a few more weeks and I should be back on the skis and loving and appreciating it more than ever after my enforced hiatus. But for now, I'm sitting in the sunshine at home, with the house to myself (which means I get to play my music and the TV is off).
Even without being able to ski I really love ...
... br> We also met our fellow housemates, Rob a mid-30s australian chap seems very pleasant and we had a good chat discussing his journey over here and how he managed to dislocate both of shoulders on his first day skiing (he arrived last Thursday). Being an ozzy he of course got the medic to "pop them back in" and he plans to continue skiing today!! Mental if you ask me and possibly the worst possible start to our 3 month course but ...