Love this Moment: Being buried by the fluffy, powder-like snow.
#Day 3: Public Affection towards ‘SNOW WHITE’
I yearn for nothing else but this moment.—where I am able to see with my own naked eyes, the fall of snow flakes that covers every ground bits into the colour of blank white papers.
I brave through the negative degrees, cold shivers and icy feel on my hands, to just lie on the thick sheets of snow and get buried with piles and piles…
The heavy snow piled up on my toes, to my fat tummy, to my shoulders and chest, disabling my abilities to move and wiggle.–I feel like I’m a happy fat snow man just sitting there waiting for cameras to come snap a picture of me.
Having a quick bite on onigiri as lunch before we ski! Omnomnom….
We pretty much acquired the basic skills from the day before and hence, we are ski-ing all by ourselves today. This is the ABC Family ski lift, which is open for beginners.-— more kids around
Catch me on action on my IG: http://instagram.com/p/hdQG7AByEy/
We are definitely enjoying this season, this activity, or rather sport that doesn’t seem to bore me at all.
I had bad falls along the way, so bad that I felt I had a short brain concussion. Even so, I still pick myself up and ride my way down the mountain.
I’m on the ski lift! Credits to Maxine, which I remember clearly that after this picture was taken, her gloves fell off!!
Well, I did manage to retrieve it back after climbing up a trail on the mountain. Tough job.
We ski-ed for 2 hours and our energy for the day pretty much got drained out from it.
We had snowball fights along the way back home.
But before resting back at our crib, we had to satisfy our tummy with their local ramen store for the last time!
Fried pork rice= sex!
Hokkaido, one of the best countries to experience snow and I am looking forward to travel back here once again. 🙂
Check out previous post : https://cassandrafaith.wordpress.com/2014/01/07/a-powdery-white-christmas-hokkaido-niseko-village-ii/