Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Archery vs Ice Skating

I am quite a big fan of ice-skating activity.

As this is my Last Semester being in PJ, I should use the time to go skating as much as I can. After all, Kuantan doesn.t have an ice-skating rink. Duh.

Last weekend, I went skating with 'Ayunni, Fatin, Farizah, Yana and Syuhada. We got the discount voucher from the Internet: RM7 only on Friday. The RM5 voucher is for Thursday but we aren.t allowed to go outing on Thursday.


In the website, the public skating session is as followed:

DAILY
OPERATIONS
ADMISSION FEE
(RM)
OPERATING HOURS
(HOURS)

ICE RESURFACING SCHEDULE
(HOURS) **

Weekday RM 13 0900 – 2000 1200, 1430, 1700 & 2000
Saturday RM 18 0900 – 2200 1200, 1400, 1600, 1800 & 2000
Sunday RM 18 0900 – 2100 1200, 1400, 1600, 1800 & 2000
Public / School Holiday RM 21 0900 – 2200 1200, 1400, 1600, 1800, & 2000
Price Includes use of skate rental and at per entry only.

** Applies to early closure of ice rink due to ice hockey training & student practice time
( subject to changes without prior notification ).


They offer skating lessons too.

TYPE OF LESSONS WEEKDAY WEEKEND
Coach Senior
Coach
Foreign
Coach
Coach Senior
Coach
Foreign
Coach
Group
4-10 Students,
5 x 30 minutes lessons
RM 110 RM 125 RM 140 RM 140 RM 155 RM 170
Semi - Private
2-3 Students,
5 x 30 minutes lessons
RM 165 RM 180 RM 195 RM 195 RM 210 RM 225

Private
5 x 30 minutes lessons

RM 245 RM 260 RM 275 RM 275 RM 290 RM 305

Walk – In
1 student,
1 x 30 minutes lesson

RM 60 RM 60 RM 65 RM 60 RM 60 RM 65

Registration Fee
First time enrollment only
RM 40
Student Practice Credit (SPC)
5 Times Practices, valid for two months ONLY
RM 50
Lost of Student Card RM 20



Pah, ko taknak blaja ice-skate ke?
Drpd aku blaja ice-skate, baiklah aku blajar swimming ke, memanah ke, naik kuda ke.. Sunnah nabi tu..


Which reminds me of the Archery Session I had last semester.


Learning the right way from the instructor


Pardon the wrong technique. That was the first time I tried holding that bow. The right way is to straighten my right hand 90 degree and my left hand fully stretched out straight. That means: Pull the bow string as much as I can, then let go of the arrow.


Shoot the balloons, yo!


I am thinking of taking lesson in Swimming. And going for a Horse Ride.

In other words, I just want to add more cool pictures into my collection, that.s all.

Who says Swimming and Horse-Riding aren.t kewl, huh?

:puteh_26:

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