Full time seasons ??! //

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  Topic Started By:  Taylor    On:  Sun 18th September, 2005 at 20:39
fat-russ
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 547
Auchtermuchty, Fife
#49  Re: Full time seasons ??!  20 Sep '05 at 09:40
I should have poited out that most of the people i know who have set up on their own are couples. two wages, they end up renting a chalet for a season and start like that. over a number of seasons you can build a good client base as most guests holidays are made by the chalet host and the service they give, as long as the snow is good some will want to come back to you.
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mista
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 12,998
The sticks
#50  Re: Full time seasons ??!  20 Sep '05 at 09:43

Originally posted by Fubar

Havn't looked into it massively am waiting for my friends reports back, think he is in Bariloche at mo. Thou he hasn't replied to e-mail yet. Hve u been to Arg?

Nope, look it up on the net, it looks promising...

I also speak fluent spanish and I think the main languages there are Spanish and English so I should be ok. The place looks worth a risk, snow depth looks ridiculous
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Fubar
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 617
Brisbane
#51  Re: Full time seasons ??!  20 Sep '05 at 09:50

Originally posted by

snow depth looks ridiculous[/quote:8dcd8f1ddb]

top draw

[quote:8dcd8f1ddb] also speak fluent spanish and I think the main languages there are Spanish and English so I should be ok.

Herein lies the proble my Spanish extends to ordering a beer saying i'm 15 (still don't know wat 21 is) and saying bye :dohtwo: my family seem to consider my English to be only slightly better than this...
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mista
Member Since: 2004
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The sticks
#52  Re: Full time seasons ??!  20 Sep '05 at 09:54
See the top part of your post though, I reckon it is worth a risk. I think there are lots of yank tourists there. Although this is nippy cos the place will probably br full of yanks it does mean that english will be an important language there.
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Fubar
Member Since: 2005
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Brisbane
#53  Re: Full time seasons ??!  20 Sep '05 at 09:57
I'm still thinking that the snow gonna win the day, might even attempt to touch up my spanish. Will keep u posted on progress
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