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... actually be at ground level and not have to climb a mountain to find it! Although there wasn't a lot, it still made Christmas Day extra special!! When I walked into Pete and Shona's flat, Shona was already up doing the chores listening to Xmas tunes again! It feels so festive, we are starting to convince ourselves it is actually December. Shona's mum and dad were staying down the road, so they arrived a short while later for their breakfast. We had some food preparations to do in ...
... what we went through in Zambia) and headed over to the platform via a tiny little cable car. Sophie looked mortified, and I don't think my constant swearing and nervous laughing was helping. We cope with fear very differently. 4 other people were in our jump group, and I was fourth up. I had seen the 3 lads before me do pretty pathetic jumps, so I was determined to do a swan dive. I went through the safety gate, into the drop area, and I was hooked up. The guy said I could ...
... witnessed the rush of the 70m freefall before the 300m arc of the swing, which was nothing short of incredible!! We waited for the bungee to be given the go ahead, as they had a technical problem leaving one of the previous jumpers stranded 134m below the elevated platform, as the electrical winch to pull him back up stopped working! Not letting this phase us we waited the short while for this ...
... headed to New Zealand’s famous "Ferg Burger" then back to the hostile for an early night as we had a long day of travel the next day.
I can honestly say that was the most exhilarating day of my entire life. Jumping into a canyon and then riding a jet through the river below me cannot be beat. The feeling of completely free falling is something I won’t ever forget. So thankful I had the opportunity to experience these one in a lifetime adventures. ...
... and lichens. Midway through incline and next to an amazing water fall is Sam Summers hut which was built by the prospector in 1930. Stopped there for lunch consisting of turkey and cranberry sandwiches on organic pumpkin bread, and hot tea with milk, hit the spot! Continued on to summit and lookout of lake Wakatipu and all the way back down through the beech forest. Back in town we took a ...