bungee jumping


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bungee jumping

, bungy jumping
a sport in which a participant jumps from a high bridge, building, etc., secured only by a rubber cord attached to the ankles
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I even proposed to her in front of charging elephants and she still said no so I will again propose, as I do bungee jumping or the swing," he added.
You have no clue what's out there -- like bungee jumping.
Over a third have visited more than 20 countries and 15 per cent have taken part in adventure activities like bungee jumping or abseiling on recent hols.
Police have seized the harness and bungee jumping equipment and they are carrying out a joint investigation with Swansea County Council.
Police have seized the harness and bungee jumping equipment and they are now carrying out a joint investigation with Swansea County Council.
BUNGEE jumping is one of the activities on offer at a fun day to raise money for a baby unit in Coventry.
Risk sports are booming: canyoning, bungee jumping, para-gliding--and climbing.
Hence the sports of hang gliding, skydiving, and bungee jumping, to name but a few extreme rites of flight.
Driving down New York City's hubcapstrewn FDR Drive is a little like bungee jumping, that masochistic sport that requires you to tie yourself to a huge rubber band jump off a high bridge, and pray furiously until you ricochet back up.
Families can visit the Kidz Zone sponsored by the Port of Portland, and Military Village to enjoy fun activities such as bungee jumping, NASCAR races, the National Guard rock wall, Air Force Simulator, Marine Obstacle Course and Bi-Mart monster truck and games.
For most people, bungee jumping once in a lifetime in itself is an exhilarating, life-changing experience.