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... that big of a deal for us back in England but our Canadian family celebrate Easter in a big way…well with a BIG dinner! Turkey, ham, veggies, cake and lots of chocolate eggs! The whole nine yards, including an Easter egg hunt. Jean hid four coloured bunnies, different colours for each of us so we had to find our bunnies! See photos.
Goodbye Whistler Mountain – The end of the Easter bank holiday also means the end to Whistler ...
... ride until we could go no further which was a good move as the pubs were packed.
We definitely earned a hot tub and beers after a big day of pow and long runs!
For dinner we decided on Indian in the upper village out of the huge choices available, it turned out to be one of our best meals of the trip. Very fresh and the service was excellent. We took the opportunity to explore the rest of the upper village including the Olympic Plaza area which ...
... competition! It took us 2 hours to find a place that would take us in for dinner (we didn't get a table until 9pm), but we ended up at a nice bar, Brewhouse, and retired to bed at about 11 - knackered.
On our second day on the slopes, it was time to check out Whistler mountain - Blackcomb's big sister. The Whistler access gondola was amazing, it took us almost to the top and we spent the morning with Mum skiing the Harmony express, Hannah was on ...
... were both ready for more so hit some bigger slopes. Jenny skied very well, despite her own personal frustrations at her lack of progress. The afternoon was good fun, I got to try out my new skis, my new boots and lots of new slopes. Skiing with Jenny was really good for me too as it meant I went a bit slower, instead of charging down the mountain like a wrecking ball (DAMN I can't say wrecking ball now without picturing Miley Cyrus, a rather disturbing ...
... to this was that I had to push Jenny back up the hill every time she reached the bottom! After a good 45 minutes we were surrounded by kamikaze children on toboggans who had discovered our baby slope! So we soon headed home. Back home Jenny put her skis on in the living room to practice getting up off the ground when you fall over. For anyone who has never skied before, you can imagine that this is quite a feat when you have 1.5 metre long feet and you can’t move your ...
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