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Old 02-10-2017, 04:14 PM
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Frozen Ambrosia
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A movie about skiing and snowboarding in the country of ............





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Nikos that could be a bucket list trip. Thanks for the post.
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Agreed, That was great. I need to visit Greece.
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Default Re: Frozen Ambrosia.

Frozen Ambrosia isn't just a ski film, it's a great story about skiing AND snowboarding in Greece - Hellas.

Frozen Ambrosia - A Winter Adventure in Greece.

Its not the right place for SNO - CAT vacation, because the Fuels are more expensive than other countries, and the mountain is too high. The rate of consumption of oxygen in the engine is too high.

SO For your next ski/snowboard vacation in Greece, don't forget to bring a beach towel.

https://www.facebook.com/frozenambrosiagreece/?fref=ts

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Old 02-11-2017, 11:26 AM
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Agreed, That was great. I need to visit Greece.
PJL I am form Greece, I am leaving in Greece.
BUT I need to visit that place AGAIN and AGAIN.

Some of the Great places in Norther Greece, (including the area of North West Macedonia - for ski snowboard, biking on the snow with fat bikes) are the next Target Vacation for the members of Frozen Ambrosia.

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Thanks for posting Nikos. I didn't know there was anything like that there. Looks like I need to add a destination to my travel list!
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Thanks for posting Nikos. I didn't know there was anything like that there. Looks like I need to add a destination to my travel list!

Me too. For the Story.
Few days ago I received a message.
An Email arrived from the FROZEN AMBROSIA.
One of the reason is that i am interesting about this kind of adventures with the ski in the mountains (Equipment, prices etc).
I am also a skier but not in that kind of style. So i hope next year to organize an event like this, on the mountain in my area. (Including the Snow Trac with my friends from the local mountain groups). The only problem is that the coast of sea is far away, 150 km and we will not have the opportunity to see the sunset.(Too bad).
But i am not worry about this. In my area there are 6 frozen lakes and the moon is so blue in the winter.

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Wow that looks like fun!
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