I don’t know how many times I have thought, now that would make a great business! From foam beer coolers (which were not to be found when I arrived in Tenerife) to the fabulous fun of zorbing, rolling downhill inside a great big plastic ball. (I imagine that might make an interesting sideline for Mauricio at Rafting Bike. Instead of carefully leading his group of rafters merrily down the mountain to Los Cristianos he could just kick them over the hill at the crater’s edge).
As it happens I have always been a day late or a penny short but maybe what I have always lacked is the balls. Seriously. The people at Walk on Water Tenerife did their homework and came up with just what was needed – a guaranteed kid pleaser.
For two years in a row my daughter has had a pool party. She’s feeling a bit mumpy about it this year and making noises about taking a gang of her friends to a theme park or horse riding instead. Much as I love Siam Park, I can’t think of anything worse than being responsible for a gaggle of nine years olds running rampant through the water slides.
Thankfully, Walk on Water has just the ticket. In fact, it looks so much fun I might even be tempted to don a cossie and have a go myself. Not that I want you to let that last image put you off the whole idea.
I was just thinking what a brilliant surprise my daughter would get if I set this up for this year’s party when I came across a testimonial:
what a day we had yesterday, we hired the “walking on water” balls …Joe and the gang made a perfect party for us. Read in full…
Done deal! I can’t wait.
Walk on Water is available at a bunch of venues including La Siesta, Princess Dacil and Tropical Park. The prices for a private party are very reasonable – certainly a lot cheaper than taking a bunch of kids to a theme park would be.