With my barkada, our typical get-togethers are usually lunches in malls or an afternoon spent in someone’s house. I don’t know what came into Jo’s mind, but she suggested we go bowling. It’s a good thing everyone was game. I’m a casual, average player and my score barely reaches a hundred, and it’s a sad fact since I’m consistently one of the low scorers in my family. It’s comforting to know that some of my friends haven’t even tried playing this ever.
The new bowling lanes at SM North EDSA Annex (the building is now called City Style, by the way) was a nice upgrade from their old bowling center. But it was so far away (well, if you are coming from TriNoma).
But before this activity, the geek and I first had lunch at Bacolod Chicken Inasal.
No pictures of us in action since we were too busy hitting strikes and spares… not. In one of the frames, I threw my first ball and when I was about to get my second ball, Aja gave me some pointers that I immediately followed, something to do with my walking toward the line and releasing the ball… and realized the pins are just about to be cleared by the machine. The ball hit the rail and went back and I missed the turn. It was so embarrassing, people saw it making its way back to our area.
After our bowling session, we had dessert at The White Hat Italian Frozen Yogurt.
For such a tiring activity, the froyo was enough to keep me from thinking about a heavy meal. After all, for us, it’s the best froyo in town (and Red Mango is my close second).
Guess what’s our next bonding activity? We’re gonna tour SM malls because ice skating is next!