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A couple of months ago I accompanied by another went to the Mile End Climbing Wall, which was an indoor rock climbing facility I’m not one for conventional date nights so I decided that I would like to be taken to this venue since I had already liked the look of it online.
We definitely had fun, as we were quite surprised that they were open quite late into the evening considering it was a week day, even though we were slightly intimidated by the more experienced climbers it didn’t put a damper on our night fueled with laughter and competitive spirits when trying to out do one another on the numerous walls that increased in it’s intensity based on climbing skill.
Rock climbing is not for the faint hearted, even though I have done outdoor climbing in the past indoor was just as hard, a great form of exercise this pushes ones ability of upper body strength and quick thinking to the limit when maneuvering around the courses.
To part take in this Students are charged a cost of £6.80 and the standard for adults were £8.50 this definitely is a place I would recommend visiting or even adopting as a hobby.
RATING 5 OUT OF 5.
By Yezzi aka Yeside Kelechi Beyioku
Recently it was my father’s birthday and after 50+ years of birthday celebrations it seemed as if I had run out of ideas to do for his birthday, so as the self deemed organiser of the family I decided we should go to Adventure golfing in Bluewater shopping centre, located in Kent just outside of London.
We drove down to Bluewater and it was worth it, the mini golf per an adult cost £9.00 however we had a discounted price that totaled at£39.00 which was nice to find out, we did 18 holes following the ‘Pirates’ course because the landscape was harder in getting the balls in which was all part of the fun of things, it was a day filled with laughter watching each others novice attempts at golf and being in suspense when eagerly hoping for our balls to go into the holes.
Fortunately for us the weather was lovely and we had picked our golf clubs according to our height which was kindly accommodated for us according to colour coding. The 18 holes was more than enough around the whole course as we were thoroughly entertained, although people can opt to do 36 holes on the same day at a discounted price.
My only criticism is perhaps they should look into expanding the course as because people we abiding by the routes laid out, people were waiting to use the course number we were currently on which made me feel a bit rushed at times.
Also perhaps Pirate cove adventure golf should opt into designating an area were visitors can take pictures to remember the experience they’ve had without having to inconvenience others, to round up I will definitely be returning to play mini golf here again.
RATING 4 OUT OF 5
review by Yezzi (Yeside Kelechi Beyioku)
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Half of a Yellow Sun (Film Review)
During exam period it was great to unwind in one of my favourite places to be, which was the cinema my mum (who hardly ever) suggested we watch 'Half Of A Yellow Sun' a film based on the Biafran War in Nigeria during 1965-1970 since I am of Ibo heritage I thought it would be interesting to see what my mother went through during the war as a child.
This film constantly had me fighting back tears of seeing only insights in to how people of the ibo tribe were slaughtered by those of the Hausa tribe based on the fact that they wanted independence from the colonznised identity of being ‘Nigerian’ and instead wanted to affirm their culture and be identified as ‘Biafran’, the film also made me understand why Ibo people had a disliking towards Yoruba people because they wanted them to help end the killings that were happening to their people instead of standing by to see the wrong doings being done, this had me torn since my father is Yoruba however I understood how things seemed from their point of view and the sex scenes throughout the film were done in a tasteful manner.
The film did a great job in showing the change in lifestyles that were in contrast between the twin sisters Olanna (Thandie Newton) and Kainene (Anika Noni Rose) on how the rich and poor survived during the war, without giving too much away it was an honest depiction of what most couples were going through in such trying times in Nigerian society.
Having grown up watching Nollywood movies I was delighted to see homegrown talents from Nigeria in this film Genevieve Nnaji and Zack Orji who both acted well in the movie, it made the already true story more authentic for myself.
RATING 4.5 OUT OF 5
review by Yezzi (Yeside Kelechi Beyioku)