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This year, I was hitting the slopes for the first time in my modern ski outfit, I went on ski course, I ate the delicious Austrian court Spätzli, and I made snow angles. I sang along with Après Ski anthems – like Johnny Däpp – and I drank too many pints of beer. One thing: we really enjoyed our trip to Saalbach-Hinterglemm.
Never ending roads, good music while you’re driving an Volkswagen bus. Nothing’s better. A moment of freedom.
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I’m back from Saalbach-Hinterglemm. I really enjoyed my first time on the slopes, so can’t wait to hit the slopes next year again. In the upcoming weeks one thing is going to change on Adventurous Childs. As you might know I’m Dutch. And a lot of Dutch people visit our blog. The main language of Adventurous Childs is English but soon our content will be available in English and Dutch! Wish me luck with translating everything haha 🙂
Huh, wait? That’s not one of hats Jamie often wears. True! I really love the boho clothing style but sometimes I like to dress myself casual and I love to try something new just like Sjoerd. During our day in Bergen aan zee we walked a lot so a comfy outfit was a must just as picking comfy shoes. We received these pairs from Invito – Yes, Invito is back! -. As you may have noticed on our instagram feed we’re hitting the slopes in Saalbach-Hinterglemm, we just can’t wait to share our adventure in the snow!
The sun blindes our eyes, it’s a bright and sunny morning in June. Three days and 1500 km ahead of us, I have enough time to get used to the idea of being on the road. After a few mileage we change the Dutch highways for the roads of our southern neighbours together with Gunther, a yellow VW bus. Germany… our ‘home’ for the upcoming days.