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Australia was fun; I had really good time with the kangaroos. As the journey is slowly coming to an end the next place is New Zealand the nature's wonderland, New Zealand really does lend itself to touring by road, from the far north all the way to the Deep South. Well sign-posted and safe for driving, the highways and motorways steers through diverse and beautiful coastline, to awe-inspiring lake and river districts, magnificent forests and national parks, and glorious mountain regions. With this in mind, and for those who wish to take in the delights of New Zealand's country side by road. In New Zealand, adventure sports rule. This is, after all, a nation so dedicated to doing odd things with bits of rubber and plastic that it invented bungee jumping, black-water rafting and zorbing. Whether you’re climbing the Fox glacier or skydiving over a stunning patchwork of mountains and fields, New Zealand is certain to get adrenaline coursing through your veins. I thought to myself that I should do something that I would do only once; I was going to bunji jump. I was so nervous ongoing bunji jumping, I didn’t know what to expect. When I had came off the cliff falling down the mountain, I had this big intense rush that was coming over my body. But the best part was the part when the cord snapped back up and I was going upward, that was the best feeling.





Posted by Kevin82 07:29 Archived in New Zealand

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