Hotter than a hundred degrees and baking in the desert heat tens of thousands gathered last weekend to hear some of the greatest music in California at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival. I camped on site from the Thursday night through to the Monday morning with two of my intern buddies, Martin and Ali.
Firstly I urge you not to make jokes about the name, we're pretty sure we've heard them all, and even made some up ourselves. Get Golden is an AIESEC event hosted by AIESEC Bay Area and it's trainees near Yosemite National Park, California. This year were spending three nights camping at Bass Lake on the Crane Valley campsite and we're inviting AIESECers from all over the US and some from further afield to come join us for a weekend of California sunshine.
Ali came to visit Martin and I in Colorado and I decided it was time to put my shiny new camcorder to good use, so we made a video of our skiing escapades. The video is posted on Youtube so you'll need Flash Player to watch it.
Based on a single song I had heard and the fact that tickets were only $12, my flatmate and I headed into Boulder to see Alexi Murdoch at the Fox Theatre. His album arrived the day before, so we stuck it on as we drove to the venue to get into the mood.
For those of you who don't watch South Park, or have never visited Denver before, Casa Bonita is a very over-the-top family entertainment restaurant in the Denver suburbs. After featuring in an episode of South Park as one of the "most magical places on earth" Martin and I were convinced by Susan that we just had to visit.
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