April Abroad Snowboarding Whistler Mountain

Whisinterpretations: An Idiot’s Guide to Ski Town Terminology

I'll start this one with a confession so we can be on the same page; I can't and don't ski or snowboard. Yep. I live in one of the most beautiful ski towns in the whole entire world and I have only "been up" twice. I know, I know, I am an embarrassment to myself and my family and … Continue reading Whisinterpretations: An Idiot’s Guide to Ski Town Terminology

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April Abroad Group Photo Whistler Mountain

Snow in Love: A White Christmas in Whistler

Although this post could quite easily rely solely on photos I have taken over the last few weeks, it seems only right to divulge at least some detail of the wonderful Christmas I have had here. December flew by in a haze of luminous fairy lights and festive themed aperitifs/hangovers and in case there was … Continue reading Snow in Love: A White Christmas in Whistler

Whistler: First Impressions of the ‘Comb

Today marks the two month anniversary of my return to Canada and I still can't quite believe I'm here to be honest. Being in such a joyous state has resulted in a consequential lack of content on the ol' bloggin’ front so I thought it was about time I drop a *hot* *new* *exxxxxxxclusive* RE: what I’ve been … Continue reading Whistler: First Impressions of the ‘Comb

Kraków: The Perfect Winter Break

Cost: £££££ Weather: ❄ + 🌞 Novelty factor: 🍻 + ⛪ Last weekend, accompanied by my best friend and long surviving travel companion Ryan, I visited the Polish city of Kraków. As soon as we landed on the runway, we were smitten. This is rather unheard of as airport runways are underwhelming at best, but there was something about the … Continue reading Kraków: The Perfect Winter Break

Making the most of the snow

A lot has happened in the last couple of weeks: most of us have quit our jobs at Deer Lodge (please see TripAdvisor for more details on the slave like conditions we were working with) and a new plan to head to Vancouver at the end of January has emerged. Luckily, I have landed on my … Continue reading Making the most of the snow