Friday, 31 May 2013

Prancercise® Review

You might not have heard about the latest exercise craze since Zumba, but it's taking the world by storm (sort of...)

Prancercise® is defined as: A springy, rhythmic way of moving forward,similar to a horse’s gait and ideally induced by elation. Now don't get me wrong, I'm hardly a fitness freak. Some would say that I am actually a fitnessphobe if anything, but I truly believe that I might be an actual pro when it comes to Prancercise. Never before have I found an exercise that I am greatest at when drunk and this makes it much more of a feasible workout plan as I'm drunk during most of my free time...

Ladies, whack your stilettos on and Prancercise down into town because lets be honest, you'll be Prancercising by midnight whether you're intending to or not.

 
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West Midlands Safari Park Review

West Midlands Safari Park is located in Worcestershire and is a great example of the 'British Safari'. It has a couple of acres of land dedicated to a number of wild animals like lions, elephants, ostriches, camels, rhinos, cheetahs, tigers and a few rarer sights such as anoa, eland, dholes and nilgai (a sort of 'hench' deer!).

Curious Giraffe
 
The first part of the park is the safari element. You do have to drive your own car around so I wouldn't rock up in your latest BMW but every time I've been the animals have been careful around vehicles as they are so used to them. It takes roughly 2 to 3 hours to get around the safari track and you get to see a huge variety of wildlife. I've had a pride of lions literally brush past my drivers' side window and it's amazing how close you can get to the likes of tigers, rhinos and giraffes. Animals will often stand in the road because some idiots make a habit of feeding them random treats found inside their cars, so it's quite easy to get within touching distance of a buffalo, for example. I took my 10 year old brother with me last Summer and he spent the entire time jumping around the car and screeching whenever he spotted anything. West Midlands Safari park is definitely a day out that can be enjoyed by kids and adults!
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I've gone and done it

Reviews are something which I find myself endlessly searching for. Whether it be a hotel, new restaurant, mobile app or kitchen appliance I think we all need reassurance that somebody out there has been brave enough or stupid enough to give it a go...

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