I know that this travel diary is super late considering I went skiing about a month ago, but life has been ~crazy busy~ so I hope you can all forgive me! As you all know, I went skiing for the first time last year (read all about that here) and I have definitely got the skiing bug (not sure if I’ve made that phrase up or not, it’s definitely not an illness I promise!).
We decided to visit France again, to a resort called La Rosiere, which is on the border of France and Italy. We booked with a company called SkiWorld, who we booked with last year and they really just took care of every little thing. I couldn’t recommend them enough to be honest (this isn’t sponsored or gifted I swear but SkiWorld, if you’re ever looking to work with bloggers, get in touch haha).
Included in the price that we paid was: flights, accommodation in the cutest little chalet, a lift pass, silver level ski and boot hire and dinner for nights as well as hot breakfast for 5 days (continental breakfast for the other two) and afternoon tea for 5 days.
I didn’t struggle as much with the actual skiing this year, despite having no lessons. Although I do think that I will take some lessons next year just to brush up on my skills and not waste time practising on the first few days.
As per my previous ski diary, I won’t go into detail about what we did each day because with skiing, most days are pretty similar. We did go and watch an ice hockey game though, which was so much fun to watch! We skiied everyday and ate some amazing food (so much cheese) and drank some delicious red wine and met some beautiful people.
Basically, I had the best week ever and I can’t wait to do it all again next year!