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How to survive you first ski season V

How to survive your first ski season V   As past of our ongoing "How to..." series we sent our intrepid reporter, first time season worker Mike, to the ski show to find out how to survive your first ski season. Mark from LCB Snowboards had this to say:   Natives has more information about how to find a job, and other helpful articles to get the most of your winter season here  
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How to make a yogurt cake

How to...make a yogurt cake Yogurt cake is a staple recipe of any season workers' menu. It's quick and simple to make, and will no doubt form the basis of many of your afternoon teas throughout the season. Here, our recruitment manager Jim takes us through how to make a yogurt cake... AC_AX_RunContent( 'width','480','height','295','src','http://www.youtube.com/v/NWJyucdS3wk&hl=en_GB&fs=1&','type','application/x-shockwave-flash','allowscriptaccess','always','allowfullscreen','true','movie','http://www.youtube.com/v/NWJyucdS3wk&hl=en_GB&fs=1&' );...
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How to survive you first ski season VIII

How to survive your first ski season VIII   As past of our ongoing "How to..." series we sent our intrepid reporter, first time season worker Mike, to the ski show to find out how to survive your first ski season. Chris, from Trespass, tells us what he knows:   Natives has more information about how to find a job, and other helpful articles to get the most of your winter season here  
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How to wake up in the morning

How to wake up in the morning.   As past of our ongoing "How to..." series we sent our intrepid reporter, first time season worker Mike, to the ski show to find out tips for getting through your season. Suzy gives us advice on that ultimate of season workers problems - how do you make sure you get up in the morning?   Natives has more information about how to find a job, and other helpful articles to get the most of your winter season here   ...
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How to survive a hangover in the alps

How to survive a hangover in the Alps.   As past of our ongoing "How to..." series we sent our intrepid reporter, first time season worker Mike, to the ski show to find out tips for getting through your season. Rick tells us crucial information, vital to surviving a season in the alps, how best to deal with a hangover: Natives has more information about how to find a job, and other helpful articles to get the most of your winter season here  
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Easy Peesy Cheesy

easy peesy cheesy Serves several. You'll need bread, cheese, oil and garlic. Usually £12.99 - Save £3! Take one french 'boule' bread (pain de campagne will do equally well, basically the bread should be round). ...
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Natives.co.uk Down Under

the history of skiing in new zealand The modern lift systems and heli-skiing of today's New Zealand skiing is a far cry from the early days of skiing in Aoterea. This report from nzski.com brings you up to date. CORONET PEAK 'In 1947, Sir William Hamilton used technical knowledge, determination, and more than a smattering of good old Kiwi ingenuity to build a rope tow for Coronet Peak from scratch. The final concoction of driving drums, pulley trains, sprockets and other obscure parts were bought...
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Natives.co.uk's Recipe of the Month

"What’s in the sauce?" Chicken Provided by   Serves 8 8 chicken breasts 2 large bunches of broccoli 2 cans of condensed mushroom soup 1 pint of cheese sauce 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise 2 tablespoons of curry paste ½ pint chicken stock Cut the chicken breasts into small cubes and...
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Understanding Avalanches

understanding avalanches Everyone who's ever been or wanted to go off-piste should make it their business to understand as much as possible about the risks.  This article, from Facewest, specialists in backcountry equipment, helps explain the different types of avalanche you may come across.   Remember - the best way to survive an avalanche is by not getting caught in one in the first place. 1. Soft Slab Avalanche ...
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How to survive you first ski season II

How to survive your first ski season II   As past of our ongoing "How to..." series we sent our intrepid reporter, first time season worker Mike, to the ski show to find out how to survive your first ski season. Alex Irwin, of the Courchevel Enquirer , shares his words of wisdom:   Natives has more information about how to find a job, and other helpful articles to get the most of your winter season here  
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