Thursday, 27th February 2014 by Dawit
When a country boasts a game reserve revered the world over such as Kenya’s Masai Mara, there are hundreds of touring operators all scrambling to compete for travellers’ custom.
Sunday, 23rd February 2014 by Pete
I can hardly believe that yesterday was dry, sunny even! But it was cold and windy so instead of a trip to the indoor climbing wall on such a nice day we decided our fitness levels were in need of some attention.
Wednesday, 19th February 2014 by James
We left the rain in England to find Chamonix all covered in snow. All the flights were delayed so we didn’t get to Uncle Pete and Aunty Tish’s apartment until 2am! The next morning it was really cloudy so we went to Planards and skied down the blue slope a few times to get used […]
Monday, 17th February 2014 by Terry
After a seemingly endless winter of snow and cold, followed by the rain, gales and misery of England, Terry thought it would be good to get some sunshine.
Sunday, 9th February 2014 by Pete
Our last day of skiing before returning home to flooded and wind swept Blighty was a fun mini ski tour from the top of the lift system at Le Tour down to Trient….
Friday, 7th February 2014 by Richard
Three winter days in Bergen: mountains, museums and cake!
Friday, 7th February 2014 by Pete
This morning it is snowing so hard it’s like the sky is falling in! Hard to believe that yesterday was clear and sunny. But it was. Perfect for a well timed Burfday descent of the Vallée Blanche…
Wednesday, 5th February 2014 by Pete
It’s become a bit of a tradition to take the first week of February as a skiing trip; it offers two fantastic things, usually some of the best snow conditions, and the week incorporates my birthday. Why not? I pay pay for the queen to have a holiday on her birthday every year, why shouldn’t […]