A few of my babies, who I grew close to over these past 5 months in Niseko, have finally left/are leaving.
I just had to say my goodbyes with this sexy ciggie butt brain this morning
And then just another to Geoffles, who’s leaving tomorrow morning.
Goodbyes suck. But I know they are going to have the time of their lives living it up an Japan and am super happy for them! Till next time, much love <3
Wow, it has been amazing how re-energized and psyched for the winter I have become in these 2-3 short weeks my family came to visit. I have really taken for granted the preciousness and passive encouragement that comes from being around the people whom I care/love and who care for and love me back.
I have family and friends pretty much visiting Niseko (and me too!) every month this winter. Not many people who work here can say that. I feel very blessed to have people in my life who take the time to visit me (even though their main goal is the mountain =P). I also was informed this week that my two best mates are coming to Niseko for THREE weeks!! =D I didn’t get to spend much time with them last winter, so I can’t wait to see them this time round <3 much love
*come at me bro!* I am ready AND psyched for the winter hectic-ness! I hope to see you all in Niseko this winter ( ^___^ )v
After 2 weeks of rain and gloom, summer has finally come back to Niseko!
A few of us decided that a climb is in order to celebrate this glorious day of Sun! Our hike started with a bear warning, but off we went anyways! =PThe hike itself is roughly 40-50mins up. It is a proper climb with having to navigate through rocks and boulders. This is not a relaxing trail hike. Nevertheless, it is a really good climb with excellent photo opportunities!
After our hike, Chef Laurie treated us to a magnificient BBQ =D hontou ni arigatsss!=D
Lucked out and snapped a pic of my friend walking out with an unintentional Leo Strut and balloons stuck to his phone XD I think it’s a great photo! He does not XD Shhhhh! =P