Bring COMFORTABLE casual clothes. Girls leave the high heels at home, only will only kill yourself trying to walk around especially if it has snowed recently.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Bring some deep heat rub or spray incase you hurt your muscles on the slopes.
Photo Equipment: A camera is a must, just for the sceanery alone.
Dont bring a ski jacket with an elasticated waistband. Cos when you fall on the slope, the band will ride up and you'll get snow in your navel!
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Deep Heat! Muscle pain relief after your first day on the slopes.
Suncream. It may have been snowing and it may have been February, but yours truly here got a very sore, sunburned face at the end of the week. (I'm fine now, thanks)
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: I cannot emphasise enough how important it is to get well-fitted ski boots and skiis. It will hinder your progress in class so much, it's not worth rushing the fitting in the ski-hire store.
Miscellaneous: Piero & Barry modelling this seasons ski-wear in Arinsal's main st. :-)
Luggage and bags:
Dont Bring Alot Of Heavy Bags Its Hard To Carry Up Any Steps Your Hotel Has OutSide As Its All Snow ANd Ice On Them
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Warm Clothes For Night Gets A Bit Chilly Walking Home Half Time You Dont Notice If Youve Had Some Drink In Ya....Bring Boots 2 Keep Your Toes Warm At Night Not High Heel Boots Cos You WIlL End Up Falling
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Bring Your Own Toiletries As You Only Be Supplied With Towels And Little Satches(1 or 2) of Shampoo And Soap
Photo Equipment: Bring A Camera So You WOnt Miss A Perfect Picture Of You And Your Mates Stumbling DOwn The Snow Or Stumbling Out Of A Bar
Miscellaneous: I Dont Know What This Means But Il Say Bring A CD Player As The Satilite TV Provided Only Shows Spanish Speaking Shows And Everyone Loves A Bit Music Getting Ready To Head Out