Hi, I’m ZimZoe and this video is going to
be about what I did on the 24th of November. Now I know some of you are going to be like,
“Why is she doing a vlog about something that happened so long ago?” Well if you haven’t
noticed by now Wednesdays are going to be more edited vlogs based around pre-recorded
footage, such as my ‘Zipline Funtime’ vlog whereas Sundays are going to be my more ‘live’
ones, such as my ‘Musicatastrophy’ one. Another thing is that these Wednesday vlogs
might not show up every week because they’re more bonus vlogs whereas the Sunday ones should
show up every week because that’s what I’m aiming for. Right, now back to the main focus. On the 24th of November my friend and I got together
but we weren’t exactly sure what we were going to do, so when I put forward the idea of ice skating, which she had never done before, we both leapt at it.
Unfortunately she didn’t enjoy it, but at least that’s one thing she can say “tick”
I’ve done that now. I hadn’t been ice skating myself since three years prior to it, if not
longer, so I did sort of stay near the barrier. I sort of hover handed over it, which means
like the barrier is there and I kept my hand there so if I was going to fall, I had something to hold onto instead of falling flat on my face Before I show you this clip, I just wanna say: It’s not as easy as it looks. I had bruises there for over a fortnight because of that, but seriously it was really fun.
If you ever get the chance to do it I fully recommend it.
After that we went over to the museum. WARNING: This next clip contains snakes. If
you do not like them, feel free to skip forward to the time stated in the annotation.
Everyone gone? Ok, I’m going to assume that those who are squeamish are gone now. Here’s some footage of a gorgeous snake in one the enclosures. I absolutely love snakes, which is why we went. Another thing we tried was MooBoo Bubble
Tea, which was this little shop that sold tea, among other drinks, but they all have
these little bubbles in them. Some of them were made of jelly, some of them were little
pellets that sort of popped with extra flavour in them. I wasn’t overly keen on it, but at
least I can say I’ve tried it now. “Tick” That’s one thing I would like to emphasize,
if you get the chance to try something, do it. You might not know when you get the chance
to do it again, if ever. But I suppose that’s it for today’s video.
I hope you’ve enjoyed it and have a nice day.

Vlog 6. Ice Skating and Snakes
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One thought on “Vlog 6. Ice Skating and Snakes

  • February 5, 2015 at 6:32 pm
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    i dont know if uve noticed but there was no time for skipping at least for me 

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