Zorbing 翻滾吧！太空球 If you are looking for fun, give zorbing a try.
Imagine rolling down a hill or across a lake while you are inside a giant beach ball. If this sounds like an exciting experience, you should try zorbing. Zorbing is an extreme sport that was created in New Zealand during the 1990s. The giant ball, called a zorb, is made up of two plastic balls. The outer ball provides protection, and the inner ball is where up to three people can stand. Once the riders are inside, the fun begins. Although the ride starts off slow, zorbs can reach speeds of up to 32 miles per hour.
Zorbing has spread all over the world. There are zorbing centers in the US, England, Japan, and many other places. In Taiwan, people are even using smaller zorbs to play soccer. Players wear zorbs on the top part of their bodies while trying to kick the ball in the other team's goal. Since everyone is protected by a zorb, it is all right to bump other players and send them flying through the air. Whether you are rolling down a hill at top speed, having fun in the water, or crashing into friends, zorbing is always a great time.