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The Big Move - Sat Oct 08, 2011, 05:45 AM
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To explain my absence.. I left little old adelaide this morning and am know in my hotel room in Whistler.. here for a 7 month working/snowboarding holiday.. So nows when i need suggestions of what to see and do and where i should try and find good cheap accommodation and a job
 
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Sun Oct 09, 2011, 07:50 PM
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Hi Austerror, welcome to Canada. I am from the east, so thousands of kilometres from you. Have only been to Whistler once - great place for snowboarding and skiing.

Not a great place to find cheap accommodations! Sorry bout that, mate, but it is an upscale winter destination. Good luck with the job and accommodation hunt. Keep us posted.

Enjoy the slopes - they are awesome. Don't forget the sister mountain - Blackcomb. Great bowl and glacier snow.

Herk
 
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Sun Oct 09, 2011, 10:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Austerror View Post
To explain my absence.. I left little old adelaide this morning and am know in my hotel room in Whistler.. here for a 7 month working/snowboarding holiday.. So nows when i need suggestions of what to see and do and where i should try and find good cheap accommodation and a job
Some Whistler places/jobs provide accommodation. Not cheap though. You can always try Banff or Lake Louise in the Rockies. Lots of work and housing often comes with the job. Much colder than the coast so beware.

ex banffite
 
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Sun Oct 09, 2011, 10:32 PM
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Since: Oct 2011
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im in surrey bc just outside of vancouver. Cheap housing can be found in abbottsford but as for jobs prolly not so much. it is really hard to find work out here right now tbh. gl if something comes about in my area ill let you know
 

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