A ganban'yoku is a hot stone spa originating in Thailand that has become popular in Japan. Body-sized stones, such as granite, are inseted into the floor and heated; users lie, clothed, on the stones, their bodies gradually heating up. -Wikipedia
September 7. Awesomely, I got two free coupons for that baby. Thanks to my mom.
We got lost in Parkmall just finding the place, D' Miracle of Stone Spa.
We then slipped on into something comfortable.
We didn't know what to do next, so we went inside the Ganbanyoku room and by the time we opened the door, the heat instantly slapped our skins. We just stood there in amazement of the room and the heat. We had no idea that we had to drink water before we got in and every 5 minutes right after so we won't get immediately dehydrated from it all, or worse, shrivel like a raisin!
We were sweating profusely. Oh and I forgot to lick my sweat if it was salty or just watery.
I got so dizzy about 15minutes inside so we rested in the waiting room and then the palpitations started kicking in. After all of that subsided, we went in for another round.
The ginger tea was good. Not my thing but still good.
I felt good after the spa. I was a bit red but still feeling good. Jacky and I had dinner at Da Vinci's Pizza right after.
My outfit for the day involved an abstract square friend.
Spongebob says HI!