Paintball

Monday last we had a project party/team building – whatever and we decided that rather than going to a boring resort where people just split into groups and laze around we decided to try out this new thing – Paintball!

We did the booking in the last minute on Friday and though there were some in the group who were apprehensive we decided to try it out. After loads of dilly/dallying we finally reached the place at 1pm! Since all of us were hungry we had lunch at the Confident Cascade resort close by (which was a part of the package, by the way) and then went to the ‘Paintball Arena’.

The general rules were:
Split into 2 groups – I was made one team lead as me and another girl were making the most noise (Ha! Nothing new there, u say?). We were 18 so we split into teams of 9 – 1 red and one blue team.

Each of us are given 10 paintballs each and a helmet which we arent supposed to remove – eyes are the only place that can hurt if the ball hits/bursts. And colored vests to differentiate the teams(of course) and heavy GUNS!!! 🙂

Game 1: Kill everyone in the opposition team – meaning if they have color on them – anywhere on their body then they are considered dead! So at the end any team which has even a single person not hit will be the winner.

Game 2: Kill everyone in the opposing team AND get the team flag from their base camp to ours.

Then, the game began – lots of shouting/strategy-ing/screaming/shooting/running around – wow wow! It was simply great! I ‘killed’ 3 people 🙂 and by the end had also wasted more than 50% of the paintbullets in wrong aims! I believe game 1 lasted all of 15mins which seemed forever for most of us!

And then Game 2: That too I killed 2 people but couldnt get to the flag myself – though someone else did- and we won that too!!! Both games we won – that too with me being the leader AND the BESTEST part I never got hit!! 😀 So, that says something for my game plan – right??? 🙂 By the end of game 2 – which lasted some 1/2 hour we were all exhausted with the running around with those guns and helmets in the hot sun.

Despite the muscle cramps that lasted for 2-3 days – that was the only topic of conversation for the whole of last week. It gave us a chance at being kids again – playing ‘war’ with guns and paint pellets! And so many people to play with! 😉

It was great fun. Much much better than going to any resort. And definitely worth a try.Next time you have a team outing – check this out:

http://www.yuyutsa.com/

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