Posts in 'Working a ski season'

Street Art Palermo

My 2018 review: the year of adventure

I sit and write this in Bariloche, the Argentine Lake District, a place I didn’t even dream I would be at the end of 2017. I love going back over my photos and remembering all the small details and moments from the year, from catching up with a long lost friend, to the delicate autumn […]

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Lake Bozel French Alps

A winter season in the French Alps: March and April

March After the deep snow and freezing temperatures of December and January, March was a welcome lightness. As we left for work in the mornings, the sun was now emerging over the mountains, the afternoon sunshine lasting low into the afternoon allowing lazy pre-work snoozes in a piste side bar before heading back the chalet to cook […]

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View down to Meribel

A winter season in the French Alps: January and February

After promising myself to do monthly updates from the Alps, the weeks slipped past. Days were filled with work, snowboard, work. Wednesday’s were typically a full day snowboarding or sleeping off work. So my photos have piled up and I’m now sat here at my desk back home, back out of the ski season bubble […]

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Val D'Isere French Alps Working a ski season

A day in the life of a chalet chef

Work. Mountain.Work.Play.Sleep. The rhythm of life for five months of working in the French Alps. I’ve done four seasons in total for two different companies in Morzine and Val D’Isere – one mid-market family company and one higher end gourmet company but generally, the days were the same. I had slightly more mountain time with […]

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