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“As organised religion rapidly declines as a force in people's lives, the spiritual void has been replaced by bungee-jumping on Mt Krakatoa, dancing with grizzlies and injecting heroin with Mayan Indians.”
“Discovering new words gives you a rush akin to bungee-jumping off a bridge.”
“No need to come back down to earth for the activities on site either, with a tree-top adventure course and "fun-trambo" a cross between bungee-jumping and trampolining, those with a sense of adventure are well catered for.”
“Plus, it scared the crap out of me -- the wild child used to bungee-jumping off skyscrapers wearing a joker's grin.”
“We've done some crazy stuff from zip-lining to bungee-jumping, but this bar none was the scariest thing we've ever done.”
“True to their sensible natures, Taureans will rarely risk their necks in the pursuit of adventure, so relatively few will choose to go bungee-jumping on their next trip.”
“On Plain Jane we've been bungee-jumping, sky-diving and swimming with sharks.”
“I'm always hang-gliding, skydiving and jet-skiing," says the 49-year-old graphic designer, whose recent vacations have taken him bungee-jumping and to the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain.”
“TVGuide.com: You both had to overcome some big obstacles: Kat, eating the sheep's head being a vegetarian, and Nat, bungee-jumping with your fear of heights.”
“The finale takes the teams from Seoul to Los Angeles, where there will be bungee-jumping and the fan favorite brain-wracking memory challenge that quizzes the teams on all things big and small through the whole season.”
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