Executive Inn At Whistler Village
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... view of the vally! and they were certainly less bothered by the movement... For them a massive achievement We headed back to the holiday house and once safely in the truck and away from the bridge Sarah mentioned it had looked fun!, we then decided that wasn't enough adrenalin for the day and headed to the zip lining course unfortunately no good for Harrison but luckily for Sarah Stuarts aversion to heights was not totally gone so he was happy to say with Harrison n play ...
... got called through with the 2pm interviews. Filled out the application form and waited around for Food and Beverage to be called as that's the department that I wanted. So that never really came around so Timmsy came up with the 2.30pm appointments. We ended up going with Catering department and our group interview consisted of Timmsy and I talking to these 2 ladies. We got jobs on the spot!! Well 2 jobs to be honest. We have the opportunity to work in June serving beer and wine at ...
... 2 months. We were hoping for blizzard snow storm conditions that would require us to dig our way to the condo door with shovels and ice picks but the spring forecast at the British Columbia mountain was actually pleasant and surprisingly warm. Regardless, the contrast of 40 degree days in the Indian desert landscape to the snow covered mountains hovering over you in every direction within a few days of each other was a surreal experience. One ...
... buy one get one free.
The ice skating was particularly eventful as you can see from the photos! Jenny the day before bought some second hand skates for $10. Then at the ice rink she bought new laces, $4.50, and after our skate she left them to be sharpened, $5.50. So the skates in total cost $20.00 which is not bad when you consider it is $4.50 a time to rent skates.
Anyway I rented skates and Jenny got to try out the new old skates! Jenny did ...
... and so the gondola and chairlifts were busy with boys (some older men) and their bikes.
It was a beautiful afternoon, and just a bit nippy on the top of the mountain. There was permanent snow and glaciers up there.
It was a shame to come down again.
Advised that tomorrow the road is going to be quite winding and is a prime spot for people who suffer from travel sickness (me) and so will be taking a Phenergan tonight when I go to bed.