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Discussion in 'Japan' started by smitty484, Apr 10, 2012.
Carveman says hello
Too much reliable snow in Japan for the Tahoe boys.
Is Donna, is wide open.
hello ski snob
this brought lulz
you flew economy didnt you?
A380 with seat upgrade > Jetstar.
Q or Air NZ?
ever flown on a Falcon/ Gulfstream?
Irrelevant Donna is irrelevant.
Cool story though bro
Dont know if we were flying but it was pretty quick
Bro this is also lulzy
alas bro.... I have
a few times
its the ultimate...
Now, stop trollin in the japan thread.
take it to Buller
he would...if it had snow
makes me giggle but
mx chooses a ski destination by the standard of older women.. then cars...then condos....
(as evidenced by fb pics)
After week after week dishing it out to the USA boys, I love how catty the response from Team Flat is when a little is thrown back
you just want an invite
The lulzy thing here is how much time Donna has been spending in the Buller section of late. A few have noticed and even commented!
I love buller man....its sick...the terrain... the apartments...the 4wds.....
btw I posted there last year a hell of alot more...
season pass fiasco
lololol no cats brah, it's lulzasauras
in english, brah?
translation: no cats = im not being catty, lulzasauras = it's just lulzy
More Donna actually
He has been all over any Japan jibe with the utmost of vigilanceâ€¦.itâ€™s been lulzy brah.
Oh please... mx needs no schooling on the internet..
he has gene
That is all
I guess I am not at the elite intraweb level just yet. One is there when he trolls a bunch of people in Tahoe while pushing pencils at work in NSW.
Hate to be a wet blanket but can we get back to talking about Japan plans anytime soon?
No, and don't ask again or your banned.
Ok so to get this thread back on track. I have skied both Niskeo and Hakuba before in February and never had to wait for a chair except at the base gondola on a powder morning but this year was looking to go for a week with the GF over New Years time. Out of interest what are the crowds like around then up in Niseko? This trip won't be too much exploring and thus looking for easiness, I liked that more about Niseko than Hakuba when I went a couple of years ago.
Don't know about New Years crowds but any chance of the unrelated crap from the last page being deleted?
Although if you went just about anywhere other than Niseko or Hakuba at New Years there certainly won't be a crowd.
It's funny banter but not warranted in this thread
Around NY will be crowded by Japanese standards TIL - more so I would expect at Hakuba, Niseko, Yuzawa and Shiga Kogen. However if you're looking for something straightforward with the possibility of a party happening on NY eve then I'd say Niseko is the go.
Agree with Heinz and Piggy. I got a bit of a laugh out of all the banter but now it's done it's best wiped.
please wipe.... japan threads are usually the most interesting...such an alien country. Re nye in niseko. Friends that used to live there reckon it was a great time to visit. Didnt get the honshu nye crowd. Chinese new year on the other hand, worse in niseko
No personal flames please
I have a while to decide obviously, but it will be somewhere up on Hokkaido I think, just which resort area, and will most likely be Niseko unless someone can convince me that I am missing an awesome experience elsewhere!
Has anyone ever had issues making bookings for a Wed-Wed for 7 nights, rather than what I expect is the standard Sat-Sat?
Never heard of any issues with a Wed-Wed booking - I think that is just an Australian thing which some have exported to Niseko.
The japanese themselves normally only book a few days.
Also consider Furano as an option.
But leave all USA thread trolling in place
so long and thanks for the fish
I just booked from Tue - Sun ( 6 nights) at Niseko. Checking out Monday. Will be there from 15 Jan.
I have done the Xmas/NY Niseko thing -
It's busy first hr or so getting up and away from the village on the gondola or ace quad - after that it's fine - busy is only a 5 min wait anyway - nothing on some Honshu resorts on holiday weekends (or Aust or NZ on weekends)
You'll need to book early (day before sometimes) for popular restaurants as the village is busy.
NY Eve there is usually a flare run, a stage and some local entertainment - if you can stand standing around in the snow when its below minus 10C for a few hours
I think Chinese NY would give it a run for its money crowd-wise
Whats it like over Chinese New Year period - Hakuba?
Is it busier than normal or I won't notice much difference?
It falls 10th Feb in 2013 - Year of the Snake
Just booked FF flights:
Qantas: Melb - Syd - Narita
25/01/2013 to 10/02/2013
Just missing New Year hisssssssssss
Now.........where to go for the two weeks
Those dates bdenny4? Anywhere - you can't miss!