Pirates of the Tarentaise

Published - Condé Nast Traveller October 2005
Photographer -
Martin Morrell
Morris pub, Val d’ Isere, 1h15 am: “I love your Dragon,” the boy said to the petite blonde, drawing a circle at her lower back where a menacing creature was crawling out of her laced panties. He was swaying backwards and forwards, as he was fighting the gale of a few shots too many drifting him mercilessly ashore.
“Do you want me to show you my dolphin and my Pegasus as well?” she asked, her eyes drowned with bliss. Without waiting for his answer she pulled down her waistband and briefs to give him a better look at her exotic creatures. ...Read more

 

 
Breaking the Ice

Published -  Condé Nast Traveller September 2005
Antarctica - A once-in-a-lifetime voyage to the seventh continent brings Andreas Hofer and his teenage daughter close together  
“Look over there, Can you see them?” Captain Nesterov stood, legs apart, at the helm of the icebreaker. He put his binoculars down and pointed port side, where two black cones were just visible through wads of fog and steady snowfall. For a few seconds the fog lifted, and their identical, perfectly round tips perked up from soft, snowy mounds. “You know what we call them?” asked Nesterov after they had disappeared once again behind discreet, misty veils. ‘My Girl’s Titties’. They say it was a joung sailor who came up with the name. Most have been pretty lovesick, don’t you agree?” 
Outside, the decks were coated with a thin, glassy layer of ice. We were gliding slowly, the vessel’s ...Read more

 
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