Location: Legend of the Sea [Day 4]
In the morning, jewellery making class. The retiree in me loves these sort of DIY workshop. We were given a jewellery-making kit I made a necklace which matched my glasses. :D
After the calming necklace-making class, I decided that I need more excitement so I changed and headed to the rock climbing area.
I’ve never climbed rocks before. I imagined it was like climbing ladders–one foot up, one foot up. Tom Cruise made it seem easy in Mission Impossible movies.
Of course, it turned out to be tough. The first few meter was OK since it was just stepping on the crevices and pulling myself up.
After that, the toe-holders became tinier. My arms froze and my foot refused to go up. I screamed to be let down.
[I later found out that I was given the Expert wall instead of the Beginner. Drats.]
After a strenuous afternoon, it was scrapbooking time! I made my first scrapbook project with the other ladies.
Then, I decided to slack and took another nap.
I tried out the swimming pool after dinner. Not many people were around since the sun had set. In the outdoor jacuzzi, I found out that when you push water out of the pool, it will fly back and hit you in the face like a force field. That was really fun.
I soaked a bit but was asked to leave since they needed to do some maintenance work. Then I discovered that the indoor swimming pool is much more fun since it wasn’t as cold.
The water in the pool was salty, surprisingly. I don’t know if they’ve pumped in seawater or if they salted the water like it was a pot of soup.
Later in the evening, I watched some TV. Instead of watching Lincoln, I watched the last Twilight movie because I want to know how bad it is.
It wasn’t too bad but the ending was crappy. Plus, the part about Jacob falling in love with Bella’s kid is so creepily pedo.