Thursday, December 8, 2011

Global Gutz n' Krocodile Grill to fill our guts

Last Oct.29, our group decided to do some outdoor activity and thanks to Cash Cash Pinoy, a group discount site, we were able to purchase vouchers worth Php 250 each for a PaintBall adventure at Global Gutz. This includes 40 bullets and if you can't get enough (I bet you can't) you can purchase additional bullets for Php 100.

We opted to go to their branch at CCP and the place technically is just an open field with barrel of drums and walls that serves as your "shield" during the game. We were advised that they have a shower room and lo and behold, they did have but it's not as pleasant as you think it is. It's more of a bathroom with drum filled with water which I dunno if there's a monster lurking somewhere in the deep and there's no electricity (after 6pm). So much for their advice. Well, I haven't been into their branch at the Fort and the way it was advertise, I guess The Fort is much better.

We arrived there around 3pm and we had to wait for the group who came early to finish their game. The equipments amazingly doesn't smell that bad at all. The bullet hurts like hell when it touches your bare skin but the adrenalin rush, sweat and fun was all worth it.

Since we were all dead hungry, we decided to grab some food and continue the bonding moment at Krocodile Grill, Greenbelt 3. We planned to drink and eat our hearts and guts out. For a Saturday night, the crowd was pretty fair. The place is ideal for eating and drinking plus the prices was fair enough.

For our drinks, we ordered ScrewDriver. It tasted more of an orange juice the pinch of alcoholic drink was missing. Anyway, the container was too awesome because of the message that was printed to it.

For the main course, we ordered 2 Adobo Rice. The rice itself can stand alone as the dish. The adobo flakes were not too dry that way I like it

As for the kilawin, the vinegar was enough to bring out the flavor without over powering the dish. The tanguige was tenderly cooked in the vinegar which made me like kilawin for the first time.

The sisig was good as well but nothing so special about it.

Overall, that day was full of fun and adventure. The body ache we got that morning was worth it!

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