Weekly Photo Challenge: Danger!

AJ Hackett Bungy Queenstown

Queenstown, New Zealand. April 2015

Look out below!  Danger!  …Unless you have a bungy cord attached to you and are planning to jump into the river for an once-in-a-lifetime experience! 😛  …Which is what I did two years ago in an unforgettable experience tackling the bungy jumping experience in New Zealand at the site where it was first invented by A. J. Hackett.  

Participating in these extreme sports incurs a significant risk and dangerous component, but thankfully I was able to complete this jump successfully along with many other jumpers who braved this exercise. 🙂

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I'm a stenographer, foodie, avid traveller, and a really silly person if you get to know me well enough. =)
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8 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Danger!

  1. Never done it before. Sounds challenging and a li’l scary.

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  4. Great write up of your bungy experience! I did the Taupo Bungy last week and I thought it was terrifying to stand there on the ledge, but once I went over the edge, it was amazing!!! Glad you enjoyed your jump!

    • stenoodie says:

      Thanks! Although I have to say this isn’t really a true reflection of the bungy experience haha. I’d be more in depth about it if I wrote a single entry devoted solely to it. 😉 Nevertheless, it was a great experience for sure! Glad you enjoyed yours as well!

  5. Anna Love says:

    That one definitely looks scary!

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