Wednesday, March 21, 2007

A day at Bandar..

I went to Harun's Gym & Fitness Centre with some of my friends today, right after my Additional Mathematics extra class.

We did not even do any bodybuilding or even use any of the treadmills. So what did we do?

We played futsal!

Ok, it is just a small area of the whole gym that we occupied.. They charged us $10 per hour, plus $2 for using their ball..

What's Andy doing?

Ok, here's a picture which I took on MONDAY.. I went to Harun's on Monday and also went there this morning.. Right, on Monday there were many people, but today, only 7 people..

And for today's game, I scored lots of goals! Actually, everyone scored today..

And so after we played futsal, Me, Tiah and Naz then walked to Ideal to have our lunch. I was so hungry and thus ordered 2 spaghettis.. I drank lemon tea instead of Coke because I got sore throat.. After we've had our lunch, we then went to Yayasan..

We then found out UNI Arcade Funland opened another branch at Yayasan, situated at where Chong Hock and Fock Lee used to be..

We then went in to see if the arcade here is any fun than the mall's arcade..

Ok, this is what you'll see on the left side when you first stepped in the arcade.

All the games available are almost the same. I even met Kevin, playing a soccer game all alone. Seeing how busy he was playing the game, I didn't spoke much to him, and as I walked around the arcade, he disappeared suddenly.

The only new stuff available was this motorbike game, 'MANX SuperBike TT'.. What the hell...?

Tiah was keen to try out this new machine, so I helped him to convert his $4 to 8 tokens.. It was 4 tokens for each race so it's 4 tokens for Tiah and 4 tokens for Naz..

Here you can see, they were both racing with each other.. Naz emerged as the winner.. I didn't play because I wasn't interested and also don't wanna embarrass myself cause it looks so weird when you wanna move to the other direction.. Being a spectator, I can see how difficult it was for Tiah to use his ass to push the whole bike to the left and to the right..

After the motorbike game, Tiah then challenged Naz to a race in Initial D.. Tiah used a RX7 meanwhile Naz used Honda S2000..

Being very experienced to the game, Tiah won the race whereas Naz never played Initial D before.. So, it's quite unfair..

By then, the time has reached 4.45pm.. And then we went home..

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