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Winter Walking

If you like hiking or trekking, then Meribel has much to offer you. Situated in the heart of the Three Valleys skiing district, Meribel Valley has hundreds of kilometres of marked walking trails with picturesque views. The paths are cleared after every snowfall so you won’t require any special equipment to explore the world awaiting you beyond the doors of Meribel’s luxury skiing chalets. Beyond its three villages – Meribel Centre, Meribel Mottaret and Meribel Village - you can visit the stunning Tueda Nature Reserve, a showcase of the natural, pristine beauty of the Alps. There are verdant meadows and a forest to trek, plus there’s a scenic lake just at the head of the valley. Skiing development is forbidden here, so you won’t find any pistes or lifts. Meribel Valley has some 20 walking trails for hikers of all levels, so there’s something for everyone including children. At the end of the day, you can head to a cosy mountain restaurant to have a warming meal.

Ice Karting

If you’re looking for some exhilarating fun outside Meribel’s luxury skiing chalets, head down to the Olympic Ice Skating rink. Challenge your friends and family to a race as you speed and spin around in karts with studded tyres and super thick bumpers. The fun is in the fact that you’re karting on ice, so turning corners won’t be as simple when you’re going fast! You’ll have to learn your techniques on the hop but safety gear is mandatory when karting. Anyone over 10 years old can take part.

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Sometimes, the problems might be triggered by working really long hours, getting stressed on the job or having to cope with family issues on your own. It may be harder to notice as you spend so much time alone transporting goods and return loads all day. For this reason, if you are a busy driver, you need to take a close look at yourself and assess whether all is well. Have you had nagging pains that you’ve been ignoring? Are you feeling down and isolated? Perhaps you’ve been very stressed. Even if you aren’t a driver yourself, but know a lorry driver who spends lots of time on the road hauling return loads, it is worth checking up on them to ensure they are feeling well – physically and mentally. Underlying health problems can have devastating effects when left to exacerbate and it’s important to get help as soon as possible.

Physical health

On many local lorry chat boards, physical pains are the subject ongoing discussions – and showing no signs of winding down. The lorry drivers here complain of many things – back aches, neck aches, hip aches…. Some, unfortunately, have waited too long to seek medical attention. Michael says he was sacked after taking sick leave due to tension and pains in his neck, shoulders and arms. David empathises with him, as he has had severe pains in his hips along with high blood pressure. This is a real reminder of how you ought not to take your health for granted. If you notice any pains in your body – prickly pains, pins and needles, or any new indications of a problem – seek medical health immediately. Better to be safe than sorry. It’s not uncommon for these kinds of problems to arise, given that many lorry drivers work so hard, delivering return loads day and night. So keep an eye on things – not only for yourself, but for your buddies at work.

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Sometimes, the problems might be triggered by working really long hours, getting stressed on the job or having to cope with family issues on your own. It may be harder to notice as you spend so much time alone transporting goods and return loads all day. For this reason, if you are a busy driver, you need to take a close look at yourself and assess whether all is well. Have you had nagging pains that you’ve been ignoring? Are you feeling down and isolated? Perhaps you’ve been very stressed. Even if you aren’t a driver yourself, but know a lorry driver who spends lots of time on the road hauling return loads, it is worth checking up on them to ensure they are feeling well – physically and mentally. Underlying health problems can have devastating effects when left to exacerbate and it’s important to get help as soon as possible.

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On many local lorry chat boards, physical pains are the subject ongoing discussions – and showing no signs of winding down. The lorry drivers here complain of many things – back aches, neck aches, hip aches…. Some, unfortunately, have waited too long to seek medical attention. Michael says he was sacked after taking sick leave due to tension and pains in his neck, shoulders and arms. David empathises with him, as he has had severe pains in his hips along with high blood pressure. This is a real reminder of how you ought not to take your health for granted. If you notice any pains in your body – prickly pains, pins and needles, or any new indications of a problem – seek medical health immediately. Better to be safe than sorry. It’s not uncommon for these kinds of problems to arise, given that many lorry drivers work so hard, delivering return loads day and night. So keep an eye on things – not only for yourself, but for your buddies at work.

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Winter Walking

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you like hiking or trekking, then Meribel has much to offer you. Situated in the heart of the Three Valleys skiing district, Meribel Valley has hundreds of kilometres of marked walking trails with picturesque views. The paths are cleared after every snowfall so you won’t require any special equipment to explore the world awaiting you beyond the doors of Meribel’s luxury skiing chalets. Beyond its three villages – Meribel Centre, Meribel Mottaret and Meribel Village – you can visit the stunning Tueda Nature Reserve, a showcase of the natural, pristine beauty of the Alps. There are verdant meadows and a forest to trek, plus there’s a scenic lake just at the head of the valley. Skiing development is forbidden here, so you won’t find any pistes or lifts. Meribel Valley has some 20 walking trails for hikers of all levels, so there’s something for everyone including children. At the end of the day, you can head to a cosy mountain restaurant to have a warming meal.

Ice Karting

If you’re looking for some exhilarating fun outside Meribel’s luxury skiing chalets, head down to the Olympic Ice Skating rink. Challenge your friends and family to a race as you speed and spin around in karts with studded tyres and super thick bumpers. The fun is in the fact that you’re karting on ice, so turning corners won’t be as simple when you’re going fast! You’ll have to learn your techniques on the hop but safety gear is mandatory when karting. Anyone over 10 years old can take part.

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Meribel’s Location

Situated in the popular and picturesque French Alps, Meribel is a unique destination. Breathtaking landscape, easily accessible ski systems, and a great history – Meribel offers a lot for the skier who is looking for something a little different on their trip. It’s especially good for family groups who may have different levels of skiing ability. Located in the Vanoise National Park, the Meribel resort area is a delightful panorama of natural beauty with environmental awareness at its centre. If skiing is the only thing on your mind, there is plenty to be had and, as part of The Three Valleys skiing region, Meribel provides access to other nearby valleys on a single ski pass from your luxury skiing chalets.

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Cheap Sunforce 82328 80W Solar – Great skiing, a hip nightlife and a reputation for being ‘tres chic’ brings the visitors back year after year to Val d’Isere – whether they’re hardcore adrenaline junkie off-pisters, or just members of the smart set enjoying their winter break. One look at the high-end designer shops, stylish bars and luxury skiing chalets will tell you that, if you’re looking for a resort with cachet, this is the place to be!

One of the surest signs that you’re in a place of style and sophistication is the quality of the restaurants, and Val d’Isere, being an upmarket resort, offers may ways to enjoy fine dining. For those to whom a skiing holiday means the opportunity to see and be seen, the area boasts a plethora of places worth dressing up for. For wonderful service, great atmosphere and fine food to die for, treat yourself to a night away from your luxury skiing chalets and head out for an evening at one of these gems below:

La Becca

With at least 70 restaurants in Val d’Isere offering a wide variety of cuisines, you’ll never have to dine at home in your luxury skiing chalets if you don’t want to. Topping the list is La Becca, which was recently awarded a Michelin Star. Val d’Isere native Anthony Tempesta, La Becca’s 30-year-old head chef, serves up a wildly creative menu blending standard fine dining fare with new flavours, in an elegant setting of traditional stone and wood. Recommended ‘must tries’ are the scallop and scampi starter, the pork main course served in a caillette and gratin sauce, and the fresh, slow-cooked pike, served in tarragon sauce with chanterelle mushrooms.

Table de l’Ours

The Table de l’Ours, in the Barmes de l’Ours hotel, also has a Michelin star. While the servings are rather small, you’ll be delighted at the big-hitting flavours in every mouthful! The kitchen here has its own special take on tartiflette. This mountain staple is served quite differently from anywhere else you may have tried it-with its pork belly pieces stuffed with truffles and luscious pieces of lamb.

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So where are the best places to go for a Canada hiking holiday in the Rockies? There are four national parks to choose from – Banff, Jasper, Yoho and Kootenay – and adjoining them are three British Columbia provincial parks – Mount Robson, Mount Assiniboine and Hamber. Take your pick!

Banff National Park.

Built around the Cave and Basin Hot Springs, discovered in 1883 by Canadian Pacific Railway construction workers, Banff National Park is Canada’s first and oldest park preserve. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site with a wealth of natural wonders surrounding the many trails. From short and easy hikes on gentle slopes, to long challenging trails along the jagged peaks, the region is perfect for your Canada hiking holiday. The landscape boasts glorious peaks and conifer-clad slopes, crystalline glacial streams and turquoise lakes, as well as the vast Columbia Icefield and the mystical Castleguard Caves. Banff National Park is also home to an assortment of wildlife such as elk, deer, sheep, black bears and grizzlies – so there’ll be a lot to see!

Jasper National Park

Often called the glacial jewel of the Rockies, Jasper National Park, one of the country’s oldest parks, was established in 1907, and offers over 1200 kilometres of trail for your Canada hiking holiday. With a wealth of campsites, cascading waterfalls, wildflowers and teeming wildlife – including elk, mule deer, bighorn sheep, wolves, wolverines and bears – Jasper National Park is one of the largest protected ecosystems in Canada and the perfect getaway from city life. Visitors will enjoy the Dark Sky Preserve- a place to forget all about the city lights and enjoy the magical beauty of nature.

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Agra and the stunning Taj Mahal form part of this special region of India and are well worth a visit with your students. Aside from the world-famous memorial that is the Taj Mahal, the district is also home to some truly amazing red forts.

One highlight is the fortress that was built by the Moghul emperors. This site includes several palaces, as well as the Pearl Mosque, the public and private audience halls and the tomb of Itmad-Ud-Jaulah.

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you will be able to impress upon your students the issues of heritage tourism and what impact this very successful industry has had on UNESCO sites such as these. Agra would also be a good place to show your students how other cultures live and how resourceful the can be by taking them on a tour of step wells – a great way of collecting water.

While you are in the country, you should also devote some time to exploring the local countryside. Take your students north towards the Himalayas along the Yamuna – the biggest tributary of the Ganges – to enable them to compare and contrast grasslands, river plains and mountain forests, as well as to visit a tiger reserve and evaluate agricultural techniques and rural economic development.

Elsewhere, New Delhi is also worth travelling to thanks to the fact it is an excellent example of early urban planning by the British.

Here, you will find some amazing architecture and lots of monuments, as well as plenty of opportunities to examine the local transport system and the layout of the city, while comparing the metropolis with its relatively humble counterpart, Old Delhi.

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The delivery people of today no longer require pigeons, ride horseback or run great distances to deliver much-needed messages. Today’s courier is usually in a well-designed and efficient business that consists of a variety of skilled men and women offering numerous ways for customers to have their important packages and messages sent.

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In larger cities, motorcycle and bicycle messengers can be seen racing from one destination to another as they deliver goods, letters and packages. These types of delivery people have replaced the homing pigeon and historical foot runners that were once used to deliver these same types of messages.

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Airplanes, railways and lorries have long since replaced the riders on horseback used to deliver messages over a long distance. Today’s long distance courier services includes worldwide deliveries, which means they can have a package from London to Africa within a day or two – a concept that was not even a remote possibility less than a century ago.

This fast delivery is accomplished through what is referred to as a hub and spoke concept. This system is a distribution paradigm, or network, where the central station, or hub, is connected to other main towns and cities that act as spokes. This model of distribution is incredibly efficient at quickly moving packages from one place to another, be they regional, national or global; allowing for quick delivery to almost any destination in the world.

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Lodge du Village

Lodge du Village is an authentic Italian restaurant situated in Meribel Village, not too far from many gorgeous ski chalets. La Tania is, in fact, just a stone’s throw from it. Its large sunny terrace and balcony make it a favourite among winter tourists looking for lunch outside their ski chalets. La Tania’s cheery Italian restaurant has an extensive menu with all sorts of pastas, salads, classic pizzas and authentic dishes from Tuscany. Enjoy a lovely lunch or dinner against the backdrop of the blue Lapin piste that runs right down to Meribel Village, with Lodge du Village at its end.

La Taiga

Now owned by the Ski Lodge team, La Taiga is a fantastic place for lunch or dinner if you don`t want to eat in your ski chalets. La Tania is home to this contemporary restaurant that has taken its name from the Taiga Forest (of coniferous trees) that stretches across North America and Eurasia. The restaurant serves traditional and modern Savoyarde cuisine, and its bright decor is complemented with an extended mezzanine floor. The lounge downstairs features comfortable leather sofas and a Scandinavian fire to warm you up after your long, chilly day on the slopes.

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