Skiing in Norway is defined by a few simple laws. Law #1. Norwegians do it better than normal people.
Law #2 Normal people don’t have control over the mountains. Alex will demontrate.
Standing on the top of even the slightest of slopes he pushes off and hopes. Two thigs can happen. Either he stays up:
Or he falls down…
The main thing is that the slope controlled him, played with him.
Law #3 To sooth any discomfort caused by a similarity to the second video a skier is recommended to bring enough boxed wine as the on flight weight restrictions allow at the airport. Other alcoholic drinks will also suffice.
If the skier takes heed of these simple laws a decent holiday is garanteed. Personal recommendations include taking a pack of UNO cards, over induldging on chocolate and staying well clear of highly over excited children who happen to have a stong sense of overpriced interior decoration.