Saturday, January 10, 2009

Sky Watch Friday **** the blue sky in Whistler


On the third day in Whistler sometimes snowing and sometimes the sun appeared.
On the previous day we started in the late morning. So we got up early and go to the gondola at 830 when lift started.
In spite of going there earlier there were many people in the front of the gondola like people who were waited in line at Disney land.
There were various countries, people there and I couldn’t tell the difference between
Japanese from other Asian people.
There was a woman who said sorry to me when she bumped me.
I noticed she was Japanese because of her English. But she didn’t notice we were Japanese. So she looked surprised when my husband talked to me Japanese.
On the day it became more icy.
We heard " the snow was 2m less than last year " from a person who seemed to live there.
It was the third day there. So we got used to being cold. But it was hard to stop suddenly.
Sometimes a stuff there said " Slow down " loudly.
Even though it was a large ski resort, when it was crowded we often wanted to take some break. So we went to a restaurant in the ski resort and ate soft omlet that fresh cooked.
On the day we went out around at 1130 at night.
We tried to make frozen bubbles that I saw it on asamican-san’s blog. So we brought bubble
from Japan.
At such a late night we blew bubbles in the front of the hotel. So many people saw us weird.
Grown up men blew bubbles as hard as they were able to in the cold air at night.
Is it weird? Hahaha.

Happy sky watch Friday


Mariz said...

brrrr! this photo makes me feel cold already. that cable ride seems like a lot of fun. regards!

hope to see you at my site when you have time!

SandyCarlson said...

Makes me glad I am warm and inside. Beautiful shot.

Pietro said...

Great atmosphere in this picture, Ayamlin! Also here we can get on the chair lifts wearing ski.
Have a good week ahead!

Maria said...

How funny, blowing bubbles in the cold night! I love it!

marina said...

Hi Aya! It looks like you had a very beautiful time out there!
Check my blog to see something...And your email too!

antigoni said...

Aya, great post and photo. Thank you but you don't have to send me the things you sent to Marina. After all we live in the same building and i see them every day. But thank you again for the thought.

ayamlin said...

* Mariz
Hello Mariz!
Thank you for your comment!
Yes, it was really cold in Whistler!
but yes, we had a lot of fun:)

* SandyCarlson
Hi Sandy!
Thank you for your comment!
it's been a while! How've you been?
I was able to see a lot of beautiful scenery in Whistler:)

ayamlin said...

* Pietro
Hi Pietro!
Thank you for your comment!
I'm pleased you said so!
By the way are you good at using chair lifts?
when I used it in Whistler, my heart was pounding!
it was a little bit scarly!
Have a wonderful week ahead, Pietro:)

* Maria
Hi Maria!
Thank you for saying that:)
I' pleased if you laughed when you read my blog:)
yes, it looked very funny:)ahaha!

ayamlin said...

* marina
Hi marina!
I saw your blog now.
And thank you very mush for posting a happy article.
I'm more than delighted you said so.
Thank you for happiness:)

* antigoni
Hi antigoni!
you have such a wonderful sister!
and you must be happy! because you live in the same building as your sister!
I have a younger sister and it tooks a half hour to take a train from my house to my sister's house.
I wanna see you guys someday!

Pietro said...

Ayamlin, you're right with the chair lifts!
As for me, I'm quick in sitting and getting off, but fear the height. I make only the outward trip and not the return because the descent makes me dizzy!