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... Then up again to the summit. This bit was well hard because of the surface. It was volcanic rocks and ash. I'm not that well balanced at the best of times, when you put your foot down and it slips all the way back is not fun. Then we got to the snow line! When there are chains in the cliff face for you to pull yourself up on....eeeek. We got there ...
... It was hard to figure out the cost question as to whether we may be better off saving money for other adventures, but also where would be the best place to do it having heard a couple of options as 'the best place ever' to take the jump. No further to deciding much other than it would be very cool to do a skydive, we drove down towards Taupo. Just before we reached the colossal Lake Taupo, or the town itself, we stopped at Waikato ...
... a lot warmer than being on the boat; the only thing that stopped me from jumping into the water, was the fact that I needed to go out at one point. And then it would be serious cold). We also got to talk a lot and had a cup of coffee and biscuits.
We had a nice and clear view on Mt Ruapehu, Mt Ngauruhoe and Mt Tongariro with their snow topped tips, which a few of us would climb the next day.
Finally the day arrived. The day ...
... while the plane reaches higher and higher. 15,000ft is reached, the hatch is rolled up and pair by pair we are all out of then plane in 20 seconds. The expected falling sensation is absent, air rushes upwards to my face and body. I arch back and keep my legs up as instructed. I look around and am in awe. I wave to my camera man and pose a little but quickly get back to the views. My instructor starts making us go in circles, I start waving my finger at him No No ...
... fell smack bang on my head and all Colm could do was laugh and say "I didn't know you would go head in!" He is laughing right now as we recall the incident! With not long left, we went on the slides a few times before the bus horned beeped and we all had to leave. It was the best stop we have had on the trip!
It was a long stretch until the next stop of Taihape. It was here we smooched around the new world supermarket picking up an onion that ...