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oh well just remember that SnowPark earlybird finishes end of March ^
OOOOOOOHHH SHIT YEAH!
August guys and its gonna be the tits
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Just got the word, I'll be workin remarkables this season. Heading down first of June. Anyone need a roomate? or Have any suggestions on housing? I just need a studio or 1 bedroom.
Anyone else working remarkables?...
Cant wait, I've heard Queenstown is pretty wild. Gonna be a good season.
Yeah dude, I'll be at Remarks this year. Should be sick. What are you doing for work?
I'll be a liftie... we need to get a little newschoolers party/shred session goin down. Even though I have no park game. Gotta work on that this summer... I've heard remarkables park is pretty dope.
So much shit involved in working down there, coming from the states. I've got 2 weeks to get everything sorted. Can't wait to get there, queenstown looks amazing.
Anyone ever stay at DECO backpackers? Im thnking of crashing there a few days till I find somewhere to live.
Yeah man, the park at Remarks is pretty tight, they usually get it open pretty early too. But there's some real nice steeps at Remarks too, hopefully we'll get some good snow this year.
As for Deco's, I actually spent my entire first season living there because I couldn't find anywhere else, but I had a great time, it's a nice little hostel. It's really close to town, not too expensive and not full of dickheads like BASE is...
I wouldn't worry about getting your visa sorted, the Kiwis are real chill, I got mine sorted in 5 days this year, stoked. You should try applying for a work visa for the US, it takes about 6 months...
southern laughter is one of the better hostels, check them out, room tvs, own kitchens/bthrooms, spa etc
Yea, i spent this past season workin at aspen highlands. I worked with a bunch of south americans and aussies. Some of them told me they had to hire an agency and pay a shitload to get the visa to work here.
My visa was totally free and approved in like 3 days. One advantage of being american. I think I got lucky getting the job though. My boy from aspen applied with me and didnt get an offer, and he had more experience than me.
Finding a place to live is my main concern. I really need my own place. Not sure I could handle a hostel for a long stay. Is deco pretty secure? do they have a good place to lock up your gear?
Thanks for the help guys.