Aabi'S At Byron
Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... going last. I had to watch each and every one of my fellow skydivers build up their nerves and then get thrown head first out of the plane, knowing my turn would ultimately be coming very very soon. My instructor had said when the door opens, that's when your heart rate will go sky high (excuse the pun!)..He was not wrong! My heart was about to explode from my chest, but before I could dwell on it anymore I was sitting on the edge of the plane looking out at the stunning views of ...
... The only problem is that it has rained really hard all afternoon! Despite the weather we spent some time in the jacuzzi, sauna and pool with the extreme Waboba ball. This evening we ordered pizzas and we've made a small start on the alcohol supply that we bought earlier! ...
... at the same time! His humour was a little odd and he sang all original songs and again these were a little odd so at the first chance we ducked out and went back to the hostel. Here the guys very nicely shared some of their beers with us and we ended up staying up playing cards with them. After a while we joined by some Germans, however one named Dave was a bit drunk and kept throwing insults so we said goodnight and headed to ...
... at full size the males can be the as big as the reds) most a few have joes. The volunteer keeper explains that the gestation is 28/30 days. The kangaroo can have one "on hold", one in the pouch and one at the foot. They are the only mammal that can hold a pregnancy, the joes then stay in for 9wks when he will be kicked out but he will be sticking his head in to feed. It's such an amazing experience to stand in such an enclosure and have kangaroos all around you. Then ...
... experience I have ever
had in my life and it gives you the adrenaline rush you only imagine of
having. I ordered some pictures and a video,
which I will post along with this blog entry, so you will see my ridiculous (in
the moment) facial expressions. It was
worth it, no doubt. If you are
interested at all about jumping, DO IT!
You won’t regret it.
Thanks for reading!