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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


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


Post-travelling life

After 3 months on the road, visiting brand new places everyday, it was sad to come home. But, the end had come to a trip we had spent so long planning and so long looking forward to. 846 more words


A Day of Facing Fears

Over Easter break I rode in a bus with four friends in a big loop around the South Island. We had a two week “break” (in this school system it’s treated more like a break to do work and study, but hey, we didn’t travel all the way here just to sit in our dorms and do work!), and so we booked this bus tour. 1,105 more words

Semester Exchange

Nr. 79 - Highest Bungy Jump in NZ

There were many many new things which we did in NZ, but the one which I specifically did for this blog is Bungy Jump.

I’ve Bungy Jumped before but this one was the highest Bungy Jump in Australia/New Zealand at 134meters. 39 more words


10 things nobody told you about AJ Hackett Bungy Jump

“Go big or go home”

-they said

I tried AJ Hackett’s Nevis Bungy jump- New Zealand’s highest bungy jump! Imagine 8.5 seconds of free fall, jumping from a 134 metres-high-suspended-cabin and a life time of bragging….#bestdecisionever… 761 more words

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Travel Diaries: A Thai Experience

A visit to Thailand is a must for all travel buddies. It is by far one of the most economical and adventurous travel destinations of the world both for younglings as well as the senior lot. 839 more words

Travel Diaries