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Query: Overnight ski trip for $100
I think it's expensive.
But going would mean getting to spend extra time with friends who will be graduating.
Although I'm not really that close to some of them. And last time we went skiing, I spent decent portions cheerfully going down the slopes alone.
But TIA (one of the taiwanese student associations) is going with us. And some of the people I met while helping with the ticket sales have been cool.
Still damned expensive though.
Parents would probably be willing to cover the cost, as they are usually encouraging of anything that gets me out socializing.
Don't want to rely on them though. And I would feel bad asking for money to cover something fun.
I should take this chance to try snowboarding. Besides, I haven't gone skiing this season.
A random check of facebook shows two other events that had been planned for Devil's Head (which is where we'll be going), and prices were all around $100 as well. So I guess, including hotel costs ($50 per night?) and general ski trip price ($50), it's not too bad.

...Ok, I was going to leave a poll, but I don't think I'm going to bother. Although I'll still welcome input. But I think I'll ask the other officers of the club if they'll be going.

Current Mood: confused confused

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caronroz From: caronroz Date: February 19th, 2007 07:14 am (UTC) (Link)
if you can afford it...go
tinkleneko From: tinkleneko Date: February 21st, 2007 03:56 am (UTC) (Link)
If it's not too late, quit saving money if you've got it, and go. It's better to have some friends around and to have some fun opposed to sticking around at home and sitting on the money. It'll probably rot too, btw. You don't know how long it's been around after all. Uh yeah, I digress.

Well, that's my opinion.

Yes, you get to yell at me when you get home for being weird. And un-little-sisterly-ish-like. =P
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