TRAVEL | SNOWBOMBING 2013 REVIEW / SKIING

TRAVEL | SNOWBOMBING 2013 REVIEW / SKIING
Snowbombing is a festival filled with fresh cold air, blue skies, black runs on the Austrian Alps ( although I stuck to the blue runs) and white-hot parties… My mornings were pretty much spent skiing, enjoying music on the mountain tops, whilst afternoons were spent relaxing in the spa of our 4* hotel. The nights were spent watching performances from a range of acts in unique venues; from a sky high igloo, to an enchanted forest. This has to be the most amazing  experience yet. All these exciting activities took place in Mayhofen, Austria.
It was my first time skiing, and I totally loved it. The cold breeze hitting my bare face and chest whilst I ski down the mountains, made me feel so exhilarated .  It was so strange seeing the kids as small as 3 or 4 years old zooming past me, like I was some sort of grandma. They look so adorable in their little ski outfits though. The view from the mountain was just breathtakingly beautiful. At one point I had to sit down and just absorb nature.
We attended all the different music events happening for the week. Everything from Barclays Artic Disco to the Forest Party. On the last night the head act Kasabian performed, which I’ve heard was fab. At this point snoozeville had held me captive.
Musically; my favourites were Mister Jam the DJ from 1 Extra, Disclosure, David Rodigan, and Rudimental!

From the above picture you can tell we pretty much partied the night away.

The food was fantastic! I tried a different type of meat called, Goat Antelop. The texture was like beef as you could imagine, the taste on the other hand was…errrerrrinteresting lol.

I totally loved skiing, and if you haven’t been I would totally recommend it, and if your a music lover and open to all types of music then I’d advise you attend the Snowbombing festival. Before I forget, I vlogged whilst I was there, so check out mu video on my new channel. TheWANDEfullife

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