posted: 11-10-2016
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September is over. Summer has definitely finished and the temperatures are starting to hit sub-zero. It’s even trying to snow! What a perfect time to start your exterior building projects. Seriously?

No joking! Since September Courchevel has come alive with more skips and heavy equipment than I’ve seen all summer and they are all working feverishly like people with a

posted: 08-10-2016
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One of the set pieces of Courchevel 1850 is the highest tarmacked runway at 2010m. Where the world's rich and infamous fly into for their winter fun.
It also has, as the location of the arms bazaar at the start of Tomorrow never dies, one of the biggest misconceptions in Bond history. Where Pierce Brosnan kills all those nasty terrorists and flys off in a stolen jet lade

posted: 16-09-2016
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Before we start I have to say I’m a fan of the original Fiat Panda 4x4s. They are just so basic, from the design, which must have taken someone 5 minutes with a ruler, to their legendary ruggedness. This is backed up by the French Gendarmes in the alps who swore by them for a decade. Of the 5 million cars (est) originally build they are becoming increasingly rarer thanks

posted: 11-03-2016
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In this age of electronic mail its all about getting your message out and making it stand out from the 100’s of other emails that flood into your mailbox on a daily basis.

I will show you two examples. I from a ski resort with a (presumed) marketing budget of mammoth proportions and another from a small physiotherapist company, who have about as much IT knowledge as Ba

posted: 29-02-2016
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Currently my main job, when it comes to time spent, is phone repair, which thankfully, requires very little customer face to face interaction. They give me a smashed iPhone and I give them back a shiny new one 1 hour later. Everyone’s happy. That is until you meet a customer whose needle on the arsehole meter is firmly in the red.
Lets, for sake of purposes, call him Cl

posted: 07-01-2016
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I’m sure of all the jobs in the world working for various postal services is one of the most demanding and hardest. The unofficial slogan of the USPS is either “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds” or “Don’t piss me off and I won’t starting shooting random people with my high power