9 January 2003

The Show Love tour reached Pub Le Ski Lodge in La Tania with phenomenal results. It was a truly awesome night, but pictures speak louder than words which, for once, truly fail me...

There were lots of shy natives

There was lots of dancing...

.. and plenty of plaster casts!

The band was Foreplay..

... as usual they rocked...

There was plenty of moshing...

Stickers on nipples...

... ping pong paddles...

... and pierced bits.

Happy Dosnu fleece winner

Showing love...

So are you on the guest list?

The Ski Lodge longsuffering crew

The Les Allues crew

La Tania locals

Dancing even in the toilets

Still happy at 1.30am

Tim and his horn

Look out for the Show Love Tour coming to your resort soon and have a fantastic season!

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Report from Phin - Natives Special Correspondent

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