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Davao: You Spin my Head Right Round, Right Round by All Things Beautiful on Feb 7, 2013According to Wikipedia, Zorbing is the recreation of rolling downhill in an orb, generally made of transparent plastic. Zorb is one ball inside another with an air-layer between that acts as the shock absorber. Inside, there are harnesses to hold ...



Weekly Photo Challenge : Inside : Zorbing by Bananarunning on Jul 20, 2012I already posted one for today’s weekly photo challenge here and then I remembered this one. Perfect for this week’s theme. This is a video grab of me inside the zorb, screaming my head off. Have you ever tried zorbing? Basically, you go...



Weekly Photo Challenge : Inside : Zorbing by Bananarunning on Jul 20, 2012I already posted one for today’s weekly photo challenge here and then I remembered this one. Perfect for this week’s theme. This is a video grab of me inside the zorb, screaming my head off. Have you ever tried zorbing? Basically, you go...



The Post-Summer Boracay Trip by josemargotravels on May 27, 2012view from the windowWent to Boracay last May 23 - 26, 2012 with friends, all thanks to our prize from PMAP's(People Management Association of the Philippines) we got free airfare from SEAIR! (thanks, Sir Patrick Pulumbarit of SEAIR for being patient...



Travel Thursday: Zorbing in Boracay by I Capture The Days on May 16, 2012Weeks before we flew to Boracay last September 2010, we resolved to try out new thrills and adventures. We dared ourselves to try out Marine Walk, Cliff Diving, Para Sailing and Zorbing. We were not able to go cliff diving and para sailing but we did...



Ride the ZORB! by on Oct 3, 2009Picture this: a huge inflatable bouncing ball 3 meters in diameter, rolling freely down a 20 meter high and 45 degree inclined hill, running 130 meters from top to the base floor. Now, imagine yourself strapped inside the ball. NOW THAT’S HIGH...



Boracay Fun when there’s no Sun by on Sep 11, 2009Boracay is known as the number one summer destination in the Philippines replacing Baguio as the summer capital, but how about during the off peak season? Is it going to be the same Boracay as we know it? Off peak season is from June to October, wher...