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In this post, I will share my experience along with the video of my Skydiving (Tandem Jump) at Pattaya, Thailand Have you ever seen a child’s face when you toss him in the air? Have you ever seen that expression of joy and heard that laugh when he flies? He believes in  you that you are there to catch him & he simply enjoys that feeling of being a bird. This is how I felt at the age of 27 when I threw myself off a plane and felt like a child all over again. Thai Sky Adventures offers Tandem Skydives from 13000 feet and Skydiving Courses. My Story of Adrenaline Rush... I have lived a free-spirited life throughout. I always was an Individualist. Wanted to be different and never liked doing things that our parents had been asking us to do. You can somewhat call me turbulent. That Turbulent nature of mine brought me to a small district named Laem Chabang in Thailand, very close to Pattaya in the summer of 2016 for Skydiving. I came to know about Thai Sk
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Hi Guys, I am an Engineer by Profession & a Traveller by heart. I repair machines to earn bread/butter & during my off time, I travel to all parts of the world. On my Blog, you will find My travel experiences & Travel tips along with the motivational moments of my life. Come, be a part of my ship & sail with me. Cheers..!!