Auberge De La Paix
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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Yesterday we took a field trip to the French Alps. It was by far the most beautiful thing I have ever seen and I had one of the best days of my life there! I never truly understood why everyone was so in awe over the mountains (all of them, not just the Alps) until I got to see the sunrise come up over the tips while climbing up the side of the mountain range. It was so breath taking ...
... because the hill was sortof steep and had a curve at the bottom, but a nice French lady helped get my ski poles back to me and I was off again without further complications. Because it went well the first time down that route and my improvement between the first two runs I took... I thought I'd try it again.
This time however, I hadn't given my legs the chance to take a break and I didn't have the strength to slow down so I had several major wipe outs ...
... didn't have a ticket and not even an idea about when to fly.
To be able to answer this I booked a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Perth, this will be at the 15th of march. When I arrive in Perth all i have to do is go to the bank office to show them that I am who I say I am.
The only things that are left to do are:
- Get a proper travel insurance
- Get a TFN
- Send some ...
... before and usually there were metres of snow. While world cup ski events were being cancelled all around us, we tried to make the best of it by realizing that at least we were in the mountains, which were truly awe-inspiring. And then it happened... our Chirstmas miracle. It snowed and snowed and snowed. It ...
Do you know what we got for Christmas this year? We got fat. Extra kilograms, additional centimeters to the waist, hips and thighs...hells did we enjoy it! Of course weight gain was not at the top of our Santa wish list nor our ultimate goal of a week 'skiing' in the French Alps. Though when the local 'Spar' supermarket kindly sells you two euro french champagne (close relative of Moet) delicious jamon, cambert cheese and freshly baked baguettes it ...