Where is my pajama?

We are sure this is the first question one of our guests asked when arriving back home. As soon the suitcases after a short trip to the Dolomites where open the surprise! Something is missing.

At Holimites we are collecting every month various stuff from our guests that we need to send back. The most common object are technical things like smartphone chargers followed by point and shoot cameras. We really can’t remember anymore last time we had a piece of clothing.

Dolomites pajama

What about this pink polka dot pajama?

Did the owner just left it back because the suitcases were full of souvenirs and gifts for friends from the Dolomites and no place left for the pajama?

Did the owner just forget to pack it?

Did the pajama hide because he wanted to enjoy some more days in the Dolomites?

We found the pajama in a position that looked like a CSI Dolomites crime scene. We felt so sorry for that we temporarily adopted him and nicknamed the pajama Polky.

Before sending it on the way back home we wanted to make sure he had some more great days in the Dolomites.

After being hidden under the bed quilts for too long it was time to take Polky to the must-see place par excellence of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site. We took the lift from our hometown of Badia up to the La Crusc/Santa Croce Sanctuary. The lift employees didn’t know how to charge the run for Polky so we opted for the classical clandestine solution:

Dolomites pajama

Once at the top Polky was realizing how lucky he was. Instead of being pressed, pushed, tortured in a suitcase, on a 10+ hours trip, encircled by socks and every kind of underwear that didn’t see any water for weeks, he was instead here, in the Dolomites, filling up his lungs with fresh crispy air:
Dolomites pajama

He wanted to try how it feels to be hung on a mountain barn to get dry:
Dolomites pajama

It felt so great, there in the sun, that even Susann from our staff took some time to soak up some afternoon sun:
Dolomites pajama

From the Sas dla Crusc Sanctuary the view on the Dolomites is superb. Lagazuoi peak, Setsass, Marmolada, Piz Boé, Sassongher, Gardenacia, Pütia, Möseler, Löffler …. there are so many mountain peaks you can see from there:

Dolomites pajama

But soon or later it was time to leave and for Polky to get ready for a first class trip back home. A last run on the Sas dla Crusc slope towards valley was on the program:
Dolomites pajama

Leaving for home smelly? No way, Polky did some laundry for real:
Dolomites pajama

Ironing was of course included in our special service for Polky:
Dolomites pajama

And here the picture of the last time we saw Polky! We hope it arrived safe back home and that the owner will never forget such a great pajama around the world … as it is hard to find some people like the Holimites team to take such care ;-)
Dolomites pajama

 

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