So it’s been a while since my last post and I have some pretty sad news to tell you. This is my last post for Natives as the season is over and I am now back in England and already missing the snow! It’s mental how fast the last 3 months have gone…it feels like … More The Final Days in Les Arcs (For Natives.co.uk)
This week my whole extended family came out to Les Arcs to visit me for Easter weekend and to celebrate my sister’s 17th birthday. We’ve had such a laugh bombing it around the mountains, and teaching my littlest sister to ski for the first time ever. We’ve eaten, we’ve drunk, we’ve eaten some more, and … More Photo Of The Week: A Family Visit
When I returned to Les Arcs from my week in London, I was surprised and disappointed to find that there was practically NO SNOW. I’m not even exaggerating. While I’d been away they’d had glorious sunshine for 7 days straight, meaning that all the snow had either melted or turned to ice…not much fun eh? … More Jumping, St Patrick’s Day and The X Games (for Natives.co.uk)
Since my last post about life in Les Arcs things have been pretty hectic…I even managed to go home for a week for some passport renewal fun. But first lets go back to two weeks ago… I worked the Saturday transfer day as a rep on a bus for Crystal Ski, which basically just involved … More A Few Hectic Weeks in Les Arcs (for Natives.co.uk)
Towards the end of my 3 month America trip, I stayed with some family friends in Issaquah, a little city just 17 miles east of Seattle, Washington. I had the most amazing time there, seeing and doing all sorts of things, in Seattle itself as well as in the neighbouring cities of Bellevue and Snoqualmie.
At the end of my 3 month trip around America, I crossed the border into Canada and headed north to Whistler, where I learnt to snowboard. It’s such an incredibly beautiful place, with enormous mountains and bright white snow. I definitely want to go back one day.