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sharpmeadow Name Filip M
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Gender: Male
Age: 32
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Years Riding: 4
Average Days/Year: 14
Skill Level: picking up speed
Riding Style: all mountain
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Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry, park, groomers
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Height/Weight: 5'7, 163 lbs
Board Size: 158
Boot Size: 8.5
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Region: Europe
Location: France
Resort: Chamonix
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1/29/2011 1:10:27 AM Hay, I was wondering if there is any snow in Japan in November up north, anywhere?
9/23/2010 2:28:46 AM Voy a ir a probar un montón de equipe de todos los grandes promotores. Tienen alguna sugerencia sobre lo que debería intentar.
9/21/2010 3:24:17 AM Yeah I'm planning a trip to go. But I no idea of prices.What are prices for lift passes, housing, food, transport and partying?What is the easiest or cheapest way of getting there?
9/18/2010 5:42:04 AM Buss is cheaper, and quite convenient. Hakuba gets good snow. It was great when I was there, no Sapporo, whistler or good alps in consistency but mostly likely there will be more than decent snow. That or I've always been lucky
9/18/2010 1:37:02 AM It wasn't too bad when I was there. for under 1000 yen you eat well. I think yo might be able to make that 500 if you are lucky. Although the yes is a bit stronger now. So maybe that's more now
9/15/2010 11:50:30 PM there are lots of shuttles don't worry about it =)
9/15/2010 11:49:22 PM Yeah well, I work now but my bones are telling me this ain't for me.I figure I'll try a few different careers since I can always go back to more academic work later. but since the jobs I want aren't helping me getting a working visa and I'm the wrong nationality to get a work and travel visa I don't have too many options. I guess I could go as a student, study something and work on the side. But I think I'll go to the Alps (Europe instead for this season). Maybe I'll see Japan later in 2011.
8/26/2010 7:02:06 AM Does anyone know how much it costs for lift tickets, housing and food?
8/18/2010 9:35:59 AM Buscando a "Más sabe el Diablo" la serie de televisión.¿Sabes donde puedo encontrar un torrent?  Muchas gracias 
8/16/2010 8:06:52 AM Yeah I'm just wondering if there is a good way to go about it. I'm almost done with my masters in Engineering  and I speak 4 other languages except English and Japanese. Can't say I'm fluent yet. But it's definitely good enough to hold general conversations. My kanji is a bit weak but I guess I can always refresh my reading and writing if needed.I figured a work and holiday visa would be the easiest but since it seems to be such a hassle maybe I'll work in the French Alps this season and go for japan the next one. Sadly I think all internships pay like crap and have long working hours =( I really wouldn't mind doing random jobs like working in bars, helping in a ramen shop and stuff like that. I feel you get much closer to people that way. If you have any tips on where and who I could contact for jobs during the winter season (doesn't have to be resort jobs) I could do web stuff, engineering, translating or other things in the northern region, I'd appreciate it =) 
8/16/2010 7:56:22 AM ¿Es como tratar de haciendo mejor snowboard trucos o voy más rápido, no? 
8/16/2010 7:47:06 AM Si, Yo refería a idiomas derivan del latín. Gracias tio. 
8/16/2010 7:38:21 AM ¿Iberoamericano es una idioma?¿No la lengua español o la lengua catalán? Estoy un poco confundido. 
8/16/2010 7:31:20 AM Mi intención es de decir "mi primera lengua latín (my first latin language?)"De hecho, la lengua china sera mi próxima lengua a aprender. Pero tengo muchas amigos de Brasil y Portugal, así quien sabe. 
8/16/2010 7:19:33 AM Ah, Entiendo.He encontrando "Acabo de empezar" en la letra de una canción.Pero gracias. "empezar a aprender" es fácil mas. 


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