I have just been back from the Esplanade, the newly open entertainment complex in Bangkok. Today, I played a game of bowling at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl. It’s funny to see myself throwing an open frame. Well, as I am not a professional bowler, it’s fine not to get a strike all the time.
Then, I went to enjoy ice-skating at Sub-Zero° Ice Skate arena. The last time I played ice-skating is about 10 years ago at the ice-skate ring at the former Bangkok World Trade Center (now known as Central World Plaza.) At first, I was afraid that I would forget how to skate. In fact, this is a skill you might never forget as I could easily glide through the ring after a couple of steps on the ice. However, I couldn’t run as fast as I used to be. Well, I guess I need some more times to practice properly. In my opinion, my performance today was not bad as I fell down on the ice only 1 time. It didn’t hurt but the ice-skating floor is wet and freezing cold.
I have a video clip of me trying to run a lap or two around the ice-skate arena. Let see if I could do it. Click here to view the video.
Here are some pictures of our group as ice-skate rookies:
Sunny, Michael and Mark at the entrance to the ice-skate floor
Sunny – An amateur ice-skater
Carrot – A young lady on the (ice-skate) floor
Louise – A boy who never afraid of falling
Another group picture: Michael, Louise, Carrot, JJ and Sunny
JJ – A pro ice-skater
Jojo – Nothing could stop him from running
Mac – He just wanna know how to break
Carrot & Sunny