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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-11-2007, 01:36 PM
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That's handy having a place in Bulgaria :-) I've only been overseas once. Went to Mammoth Mountain for the season 10 years ago. Was amazing! They have some awesome powder and it's a huge resort. The snow here is so crap compared to over there lol.

I've got the snow bug bad after my week at Falls Creek in Oz. Really hope I can get over there.
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post #12 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-11-2007, 01:50 PM
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http://www.andalucia.co.uk/channels/...te_map_lar.jpg

Thats where i ride, only place ive ever been too! =[


IN MARCH 2002:


IN MARCH 2007:


thats the side of the mountain, not the main ski area, but u can see the difference. People used to make trips to the back of the mountain to ride off slopes but its just not worth it anymore
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last season was ruff for euros tho huh?

we are due a full on dumpage this season (he keeps chanting to hmself whilst rubbing his belly!)

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any places for what buddy?

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any places for what buddy?
snowboarding... be it indoor or watever.
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i would whole heartedly recommend checking out the AIM website

it is the UK snowboard industry's competition organiser; Artificial, Indoor, Mountain

they have a membership thing i think and some pro riders too; they do a comp touring all of the above piste types, and whilst you may not have aspirations to compete, they defo have contact and 'how to get to' guides for all limeyland places for A, I and M (well M= france to be honest; altho scotland has a good hill with a top notch park.... if it snows)

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Cool Eastern Europe

Poland is dying for ESL teachers...

Slovenia got expensive-

Romania and Bulgaria have good mts. to ride- bulgaria being better-

slovakia is an option.

all nations listed have good stuff as good as the alps or the west in the usa/canada in spots and hell of a lot cheaper!!

remember there are people with EU passports trying to get your job!

TEACH english- mate-

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from wisconsin-
post #18 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-17-2007, 08:37 AM
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I usually go to the Bavarian Alps, i get great rates in Garmisch. Amazing mountain too. The only pic i have on this pc is a view from on top of the Zugspitz...it's more of an industrial park.

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