Location: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Africa (17� 55' 28? S, 25� 51' 24? E)
Date: 5 April 2001; 4.20pm
Camera: (analogue) Canon 500N with slides and scanned

Bungy jumping had come a long way and is now such a common �adventure� activity that one sees such a set-up in most tourist spots that has a certain level of height such as rivers, lakes, bridges and buildings. It is quite an experience to jump off a bridge or whatever it may be. The moment of truth is actually when one stares out into the open space and height. It takes some courage for one to decide to leap. I have seen many people who wanted to try bungy jump to freeze when standing at the edge of the bungy platform and either have to be gently nudged or simply retreat to gather their courage for a jump at another time. In any case, bungy jumping is an experience that I would encourage. However if you do want to bungy, it is very important to do so with a reputed operator- it does not matter if it cost a little more- safety is of utmost importance.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010


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