In this video, Dutch ski instructor Nino gives us a glimpse into his life in Tomamu, a ski resort in Hokkaido, Japan, which is known for its exceptionally light, dry powder.

As a Club Med employee (uniquely referred to as a G.O), Nino takes clients out on the ski slopes during the day, before an evening that might include dinner with his guests, helping out at ski school sign-up or even performing in a show (by choice!).

Three minutes in, Nino makes the jealousy-inducing revelation that his expenses at the resort are “zero”, and reveals that Club Med fund his accommodation, meals, drinks and ski pass.

There’s no doubt that he works hard for it – it’s clearly an action-packed life as a ski instructor / part-time performer – but also one that Nino enthusiastically describes as “the best job in the world”.

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