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Bungee jumping New Jersey

Posted by on March 13, 2016 – 03:58 am

Bungee jumping New Jersey

TRENTON, May 10— The state today banned bungee jumping from cranes, but said the sport could continue where permanent platforms are built. There are people who do some funny things in order to get a thrill, and God knows we re not going to interfere with the human spirit,said the state Labor Commissioner, Raymond L. Bramucci. But government s proper role is to insure that the integrity of the system is there. Of the 15 bungee jumps in New Jersey in 1992, only the one at Action Park in Vernon Valley used a permanent structure, Mr. Bramucci said…

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Best bungee jumping sites in the world

Posted by on March 11, 2016 – 05:34 pm

Best bungee jumping sites in the world

Related Articles Fancy an adrenaline rush? Then, take the plunge and go bungee jumping. What does it feel like from the perspective of a bungee jumper? View videos on the experiences of these brave souls at five of the world’s most exciting bungee jumping sites to whet your appetite for adventure. 1. Macau Tower, China At a height of 233m, this is the world’s tallest commercial bungee jump. There are no rivers, cliffs or bridges close by. In fact, it’s an urban view. There is a parking lot at the base though, and of course, the beautiful Macau skyline…

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Origen del bungee jumping

Posted by on March 11, 2016 – 03:48 am

Origen del bungee jumping

El Parque de las Ciencias Luis A. Ferré de Bayamón, que por 23 años ha hecho las delicias de miles de visitantes, está siendo sometido a una amplia remodelación estimada en $3 millones que incluye múltiples y novedosas atracciones y se espera que pueda presentar su nueva cara el próximo verano, informó el alcalde de Bayamón. “Había que hacer algo porque mucha gente ya había dejado de venir. Teníamos que reinventarnos”, dijo el alcalde. Durante un recorrido por parte de las instalaciones de 42 acres que comprenden el Parque, el cual está cerrado…

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Tower Bungy Jump, Cairns

Posted by on March 3, 2016 – 05:28 am

Tower Bungy Jump, Cairns

More than 1 million people have bungy jumped from AJ Hackett Cairns bungy site. The bungy cords, attached to the top of the tower and also to jumper s ankles, are made from latex rubber and are designed to withstand 5 times the strain that they are subjected to. Bungy is a Kiwi (NZ) slang word for elastic strap . It is interesting to note that bungy is perhaps one of the most commonly misspelt adventures in existence, known as: bungee jumping (commonly said as bng as one is jumping), bunji jumping (which is rumoured to be the NZ spelling) and bungy…

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Best bungee jumping in Australia

Posted by on January 6, 2016 – 05:55 pm

Best bungee jumping in Australia

Australian Bungy / Bungee Jumping Guide - List of Operators, Sites, Locations and Packages Listed Below are the best Australian Bungy / Bungee Jumping Operators, Sites, Locations and Packages throughout Australia. For the ultimate adrenalin rush nothing beats Bungy Jumping (Bungee Jumping) !! Throwing yourself off a high tower towards a shallow pool with a giant rubber throng tied attached to your ankles is the ultimate challenge for mind beating the fear factor. Bungy is a New Zealand slang for elastic strap. The elastic bungy cords are made from…

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Best bungee jump video

Posted by on December 19, 2015 – 10:48 am

Best bungee jump video

Before you get to the jumping part, you have to sign various legal waivers in case something goes horribly wrong. Then you are weighed to find out which coloured bungee cord you will be attached to. Most people appeared to be green (lightest), but I was red (heaviest). Another knock to my confidence. I queued up. The line was getting shorter. I was ready to go. I turned on the helmet camera, psyching myself up like Rocky Balboa heading to the ring. And in the blue corner, Andy why the hell did I agree to this Trotman! I was called forward. Here…

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