Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Well what do you know. Apart from the night before becoming very blurry the night after leaves us tired and hungover. Me with a thumping head. The fresh cold air is great when on the lifts but once moving, hell my head thumps.

As we go up Tuffs we once more see the Grande Motte is closed. So we can't go high to the glacier.

The top of the world is most refreshing and we take our time.

We have an early lunch and eat lots of cake each! And I have highly sugared tea. It doesn't work but tastes out of this world.

At the top of the GrandPrix run we take it somewhat easier!

The weather stays fantastic with blue blue skies and lots of sun.

We decide to get nearer home and head back to Tignes area and over the village and up Col Du Palet.

Hangovers gone and recovered we are ready for action.

With the Grattalu chair lift out of action and a huge que we consider the drag for a moment.......

But we have a brain wave and head up this quiet, slow lift instead. Where's it go Matt?

Ah the Les Spot and some off piste black runs great, my headache comes back.

Ojnce at the top things don't look so terrifying. Why black I ask myself????

Welll if you thought that black was terribly exciting and most steep, at least the GRizzly bar prices could bring you back down to earth. How much Matt? 8 Euros each, your kidding arn't you?

That night Matt teaches me how to cook a Lasagna, well from the bathroom cuz he was having bath at the time, and yeah I may have had too much to drink....

What do you mean there's a taste of beer to it. Maybe thats the cheese and beer sauce. oh you didn't mention putting beerin the cheese sauce ;)


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