Thursday, April 16, 2015

Chilcotin Holidays

Easter esl listening recap!

During my stay, I learned a lot of things like: cutting wood, making kindling, making a fire, western horse riding, and taking care of the horses. It's a perfect place to improve myself and get more independent. It's such a beautiful place to have my English lessons and improve my esl listening.

I really like to meet new nice people that I can speak with, and learn new vocabulary from. Here you can learn new skills and be more adaptable with different environments and situations. For the next few weeks I would like to improve my bareback riding, archery, and horse training skills.


We had a really lovely Easter weekend and enjoyed the time together.

Traditionally, we painted hard-shelled Easter eggs on Saturday with natural colours ( different vegetable and spices). While Dona prepared the BBQ, the boys were building a huge bonfire.
In the evening we had delicious home-made burgers with salads and for dessert we savored soft marshmallows. The fire kept us warm and so we enjoyed a long evening with guitar music, a lot of laughing, long conversations full of esl listening possibilities, and a bright full moon,
Early on Sunday morning, Alin and Kristen hid chocolate eggs around the ranch. After having breakfast, with special Austrian Easter bread, we went on a treasure hunt. It was a lot of fun. After we found hopefully all of the chocolate eggs, we shared everything ESL student Maud

Chilcotin Holidays

About Chilcotin Holidays

We are a licensed guide outfitter and we conduct guided wilderness adventures throughout our 5,000 square km operating area. This guide area has been operational since 1880, making it the oldest in British Columbia. More about us HERE.

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