bungy


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bungy

(ˈbʌŋɪ)
n
a variant spelling of bungee
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NEW ZEALAND'S POSITION as the world's leading adventure tourism destination is to be further enhanced with a new 'world first' extreme experience by adventure tourism pioneers AJ Hackett Bungy.
AJ Hackett Bungy New Zealand MD and co-founder Henry van Asch says the company is delighted to have received support from the Ministry's Tourism Growth Partnership fund.
3 -- Extreme Adventure Sports Company "Jumpin Heights" focusing on Bungy Jumping thrills has announced the commencement of this seasons Bungy Jumping session starting 15th September 2011 to 15th Jul 2012.
brought to India, Bungy Jumping from a 83 meters cantilever platform and Asia's longest 1 km long Flying Fox.
The opening of the Face Adrenalin Bloukrans Bungy Jump in 1997 caused great excitement in the bungee jumping fraternity worldwide; Bloukrans is the world's highest commercial bungee jump at a whopping 216 meters high.
Daredevil Becks, 33, risked a bungy jump that plunged him 130ft into the sea - and enjoyed it so much he insisted on having another go.
Henry: 25 years ago I met Al in France while I was competing in high-performance sports, and together we met friends who were really into bungy.