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, CourchevelÃ¢ÂÂs inaugural Redbull 400, the summer ski jumping world cup. With each one the quality gets a litt
Maybe not the highest bar to pass but as Courchevel is the winter home of the supercar. Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Rolls Royces you name it. IÃ¢ÂÂve 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
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 Ã¢ÂÂ According to the article each chair will be re-charged every time they reach the top/bottom of the stati
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. DonÃ¢ÂÂt 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 su
As most electronics nowadays arenÃ¢ÂÂt repairable when they break itÃ¢ÂÂs 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