11 Horrifying Things Peopla Actually Do For Fun

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There's a daredevil in all of us, no matter how small. For others who like to live dangerously, swimming with sharks or running with bulls sounds like a walk in the park. When one thinks of a vacation, things such as sipping cocktails on the beach come to mind, but all over the world more daring explorations are gaining popularity as people are living life on the edge.


Tianmen Mountain Ledge - China

Conquer your fear of heights in the worst way possible by taking on the glass ledge in China. It's 4,000 feet in the air attached to the Tianmen Mountain and measures three feet wide. The glass under your feet is only 2.5 inches thick, so if you avoid looking at the view by looking at your feet, it's recommended that you don't look down.



Volcano Boarding - Nicaragua

The Cerro Negro is an active volcano in Nicaragua that has become an unlikely extreme sports destination for travelers. For those who like to live on the dangerous side, they can board down the side of the volcano after spending the day hiking, taking lessons, and sipping on mojitos.



Takabisha Roller Coaster - Japan

Think you love roller coasters? Try out the steepest coaster on the planet in Japan! The Takabisha is a huge feature at the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park and has a free fall of 121 degrees.



Shark Diving - South Africa

Just in case you find yourself on vacation in Cape Town, South Africa and are feeling a living on the dangerous side, make your way over to Simon's Town Harbor. It'll set you back anywhere between $150- $200 to scare the crap out of yourself.



Jellyfish Lake - Palau

In the island country of Palau you can find the mysteriously beautiful Jellyfish Lake. A popular place for avid snorkelers, people swim alongside hundreds of thousands of golden jellyfish.



Cage Of Death - Australia

For those that look forward to have nothing but a thin piece of Plexiglas separating them from large crocodiles, Australia's "Cage of Death" was made for you. In Darwin City there is an Crocosaurus Cove aquarium, where brave visitors can be encased in glass and placed underwater like live bait as saltwater crocs try to get to you.



Sultan Marathon des Sables - Sahara Desert

The most grueling footrace on the planet is the Sultan Marathon des Sables, which takes place annually in the African Sahara Desert. A little over a thousand people from all over the world sign up for the 250 kilometer race and endure scalding heat and desert conditions that can be deadly.



Dining In The Sky - All Over The World

Being suspended over the earth from a great height would turn stomachs, but there are some that are enticed to have a daring dinner high in the sky. Dining in the sky has been increasing in popularity with new opportunities popping up all over the world. The dinner table usually features a private chef and bartender who serve around 20 guests as they all dangle midair.



Ice Swimming - Finland

While you can go ice swimming in any country that has, well, ice, Finland has become a favorite spot for those looking to shock the body to near death. All over the country there are holes cut into the ice, manned by an attendant, and people can pay to take a quick dip in below freezing temperatures.



Daredevil Aerial Walkway - China

China has another terrifying walk that could spawn an episode of vertigo. The Daredevil Aerial Parkway bridge hangs over a beautiful tea park, but chances are you won't enjoy the view too much because you'll be concentrating on each step you take.



SOURCE: http://allday.com/post/7125-11-horrifying-things-people-actually-do-for-fun/
 
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gusto ko na sana lahat di ko lang kaya ung ICE SWIMMING hahahahaha
 
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There's a daredevil in all of us, no matter how small. For others who like to live dangerously, swimming with sharks or running with bulls sounds like a walk in the park. When one thinks of a vacation, things such as sipping cocktails on the beach come to mind, but all over the world more daring explorations are gaining popularity as people are living life on the edge.


Tianmen Mountain Ledge - China

Conquer your fear of heights in the worst way possible by taking on the glass ledge in China. It's 4,000 feet in the air attached to the Tianmen Mountain and measures three feet wide. The glass under your feet is only 2.5 inches thick, so if you avoid looking at the view by looking at your feet, it's recommended that you don't look down.



Volcano Boarding - Nicaragua

The Cerro Negro is an active volcano in Nicaragua that has become an unlikely extreme sports destination for travelers. For those who like to live on the dangerous side, they can board down the side of the volcano after spending the day hiking, taking lessons, and sipping on mojitos.



Takabisha Roller Coaster - Japan

Think you love roller coasters? Try out the steepest coaster on the planet in Japan! The Takabisha is a huge feature at the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park and has a free fall of 121 degrees.



Shark Diving - South Africa

Just in case you find yourself on vacation in Cape Town, South Africa and are feeling a living on the dangerous side, make your way over to Simon's Town Harbor. It'll set you back anywhere between $150- $200 to scare the crap out of yourself.



Jellyfish Lake - Palau

In the island country of Palau you can find the mysteriously beautiful Jellyfish Lake. A popular place for avid snorkelers, people swim alongside hundreds of thousands of golden jellyfish.



Cage Of Death - Australia

For those that look forward to have nothing but a thin piece of Plexiglas separating them from large crocodiles, Australia's "Cage of Death" was made for you. In Darwin City there is an Crocosaurus Cove aquarium, where brave visitors can be encased in glass and placed underwater like live bait as saltwater crocs try to get to you.



Sultan Marathon des Sables - Sahara Desert

The most grueling footrace on the planet is the Sultan Marathon des Sables, which takes place annually in the African Sahara Desert. A little over a thousand people from all over the world sign up for the 250 kilometer race and endure scalding heat and desert conditions that can be deadly.



Dining In The Sky - All Over The World

Being suspended over the earth from a great height would turn stomachs, but there are some that are enticed to have a daring dinner high in the sky. Dining in the sky has been increasing in popularity with new opportunities popping up all over the world. The dinner table usually features a private chef and bartender who serve around 20 guests as they all dangle midair.



Ice Swimming - Finland

While you can go ice swimming in any country that has, well, ice, Finland has become a favorite spot for those looking to shock the body to near death. All over the country there are holes cut into the ice, manned by an attendant, and people can pay to take a quick dip in below freezing temperatures.



Daredevil Aerial Walkway - China

China has another terrifying walk that could spawn an episode of vertigo. The Daredevil Aerial Parkway bridge hangs over a beautiful tea park, but chances are you won't enjoy the view too much because you'll be concentrating on each step you take.



SOURCE: http://allday.com/post/7125-11-horrifying-things-people-actually-do-for-fun/
sana may pera ako AHAHAH
 
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