Summer is over and as if by clockwork as the ski lifts close the weather starts to get slightly more soggy. But as I look back over the past couple of months to some of the films I made, to glacier skiing in Tignes, to the flying visit down to Cannes and Monaco, CourchevelÂs inaugural Redbull 400, the summer ski jumping world cup. With each one the quality gets a little b
Maybe not the highest bar to pass but as Courchevel is the winter home of the supercar. Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Rolls Royces you name it. IÂve seen so many that it takes some serious automotive quirkiness to blow up my skirt (metaphorically).
So it was a shock when I came across a race prepared VW polo parked opposite the post office. FYI I have a slight connection wit
Something that has appeared many times on my twitter feed is a story about touch screen being added to certain chairlifts in Colorado. However much funding they have received here is a list of reasons why, in my opinion, this is a flawed experience.
1. Battery Â According to the article each chair will be re-charged every time they reach the top/bottom of the station a
Back in the end of June I went skiing a few days after the Glacier in Tignes opened for the summer. I made a half decent vlog episode about it and in my list of things to do with glacier skiing was to GO EARLY in the season. DonÂt get me wrong I have been skiing in Tignes in the past really late in the season and still had a amazing time probably due to a very cool summer
As most electronics nowadays arenÂt repairable when they break itÂs usually a one way trip to the bin.
However when you purchase a new gadget in the collection of all the paperwork is usually a registration document, which if you fill out online it helps when you have to make a warranty claim. I should note for all the products mentioned I only registered them when I m