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  1. Thanks for that article it was great. HAPPY NEW YEAR. I am starting to get very excited as there has been a few good dumps of snow. I have bought new ski pants and jacket so I am ready and rearing to go. Is there much to do in Niseko if the weather turns crappy or having a rest day?? Are there any snow monkeys in the hot pools in Sapparo area??
  2. Yeah I guess! I'm getting pretty good at lugging my gear around the place. Must look very funny I think my ski bag is bigger than me. Thanks for the advice on my ski's. My friend is going to air brush my poles to match my ski's before I go. (you know it's the whole colour coordination thing) Glad to hear the snow in March is good I thought we may have left it a bit late.
  3. We don't arrive until March 3rd (left it a bit late and flights and accomodation were hard to get). A friend of ours at flight center has booked everything. Not going with a tour company have always found it is more fun to feel your own way. Always a little nervous on the first run until I get my ski legs - A friend of mine broke her arm in Japan on the first day!!!! Do I have to look at getting new ski's for the powder. I bought mine when we were in Canada and haven't had a problem with them (just need to get them tuned before I go).
  4. Thanks for that - I have bought basic lonely planet japanese book and correct pronounciation book!! As long as I can say where is the bar and the hospital I guess that is going to be the most important. We are staying at the Niseko Park Hotel? Can't wait everyone says it is the best powder snow in the world!!
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  6. Hi I would like a little advice for first ski trip to japan. Language Barriers? food? slopes etc. I have skied New Zealand and Canada. Cheers
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