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Bucket List Checked - Bungy Jump!

So, I went a little wild during a weekend at Queenstown and did something I never thought I would ever do.

For someone who has a longstanding fear of heights, this is my first ever bungy jump, and also likely my last!

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13 Days in New Zealand

My husband, Akhilesh who is well traveled, thanks to his work, has been to every other continent and may have visited more than 50 countries so far. 7,767 more words

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How to Spend 7 Wintery Days in Queenstown

Day 1:

If you arrive late in the evening like we did, drop your bags off at the hostel/hotel/apartment and head to Coalfire for a huge feast. 611 more words

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10 Solid Reasons To Visit Queenstown, New Zealand

This place was where it all began – The very first road trip that sparked my wanderlust here in New Zealand. Trust me, you can’t go wrong with bookmarking this place to visit when you’re in the country; There’s so much of an adventurous life and natural beauty all packed within this town and it’s vicinity that it’s worth a visit anytime of the year. 898 more words

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Queenstown & Milford Sound

Queenstown is the adrenaline capital of New Zealand and I think I gave it a run for all its worth with my Bungy and Swing.  I headed down to Queenstown on my last 3 days off of work.   273 more words

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Are you brave enough for the world's highest bridge bungy?

“No, not a chance, you’re insane!” I hear you say? Then maybe you should read this and rethink your answer because a) bungy jumps are cool, not dangerous and b) this is the world’s highest commercial bridge bungee jump at 216 metres (709 ft), which pretty bad ass. 938 more words

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A Series of Highs and Lows (Literally and Metaphorically)

So the moment the immeasurable guide books and travel blogs had been gearing us up for…we were on our way to Queenstown! Mountain-clad home to the Nevis Bungy Jump and more importantly Ferg Burger, this cynosure of alcohol and adrenaline is supposedly backpackers’ haven. 1,622 more words

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