Monday, December 30, 2013

First time Skii given to Korea!



My girlfriend's original plan was to de-virgin me of skiing but we heard that the Ski Resorts wont be open because their isn't enough snow yet but we went to Korea anyway not caring that we couldn't ski. On the second day of our arrival though our friend called us and told us that the Ski Resort has just opened! So Sudden! So that got us itching again. I wasn't prepared for skiing! We ended up going the next morning and rented everything we needed.



I'm a Summer born child so i love the Winter! I am not afraid of the cold, i actually prefer it. Stepping on the snow reminded me back in the days in London when every morning before school we had to scrape the frozen snow off our cars. My mood brightened like my name and i was as happy as ever and very excited about my first ski experience.

I had an over protective mother growing up so i never was able to attend those ski trips schools had every winter and by the time i grew up and earned my own money to go travelling somehow ski never came to mind. Maybe because i was afraid to go on my own. I'd think if anything every bad luck happen to me, it is best to have a friend or someone with you. I know what you're thinking, I'm a safety freak, i'm only like this because i've seen and experienced too many unlucky things.



To explain about this video, i got down to pick up Cindi's gloves and just couldn't get back up again. Then the second part is while i was practicing i fell down and threw a snowball right at her crotch haha.
People say that if you know how to Ice-Skate then you will be able to pick up skiing easily. They lied.





So after playing around in the flat ground Cindi told me it's time to go up the hill. Cindi is good at Skiing but the only thing she actually taught we was "Eight" (Eight in Chinese is written like this ) which was the way you put your feet if you wish to stop. So there i was tricked up this hill top and with one push i was bowling downhill knocking into person after person. Cindi just watched me downhill laughing her stomach out.
The cool part of it was that i ended up crashing into a a young man who ended up being a Ski coach! My ski's flew miles away and this lovely man walked all the way to pick up my skis and put them back on for me. He then faced me, held my hand and started skiing backwards while teaching me how to skii with his limited english. Super sweet!! - I thought, but Cindi said, "he only taught you so you'd stop knocking him over." ohh... =.='' haha
Cindi then joked and said next time i should aim for a very handsome tall korean to hit into. So i told her to pick one when we on hilltop and ill scrape that dude for her. LOL



After a tiring bowling session we went to have food and some korean Starbucks. Don't ask, Cindi told me to pick me nose for the photo and i did. LOL
Overall i must say it was a lovely experience and hopefully i will be better at ski next time round.
After food we did a bit more skiing, well Cindi did, i did more falling while she chased after a dude dressed up like a Snow Predator.



We fell asleep on the coach back to the city, i think we are just too tired from ski, plus we woke up at 6 in the Morning for this. We had korean BBQ for dinner before heading back to the hotel for a snore. :D

Just a little note, i am not bothered to proofread my work to check spelling/grammar mistakes haha. So sorry if theres any stupid mess ups. I'm also listening to music while i do this and i often type out the lyrics to songs when i do stuff like this without realising haha. Rising Hell!

4 comments:

  1. Hi Ms Lukian Please I ask you don't use expletives no need to it is a problem with basic manners that even my Three or at least now two sons have there is no need it achieves nothing,and it certainly does not gain you friends that are worthy of having.

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  2. Aw I'm so jealous! So lucky you hit into an instructor who took you for a mini lesson! He probably thought he was the lucky one though haha. The first few times I went skiing I rammed into everyone cause I didn't know how to stop my skis LOL. When I was about ready to stop (but my skis weren't) I had to let it take me further along the slope until I hit into someone, then I stop. XD

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  3. I wannna go! I live in Japan but I've always wanted to explore Korea.

    http://thebeautyinasia.blogspot.jp/

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  4. what camera did you use for this Ms Lukian? The resolution is really nice!

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