In December 2009 I was looking for something exciting to do. I had just watched a documentary about skydiving and I thought that it could be fun to do a tandem skydive. I searched online and found several places that did it, however I wanted something more memorable, something exciting to do. So I thought, let’s jump over Mount. Everest. A quick Google search provided me with details but then when I saw the price, and looking in my piggy bank, I knew I wouldn’t be able to come up with the funds for that. So where else could I go that was close by was similar to the Himalayas? The answer hit me. The Alps. So I found a drop zone in Interlaken and booked my ticket. So in February 2010 I was jumping out of a plane. The feeling was amazing. I can’t describe it. This then led me to think that I should definitely take it up. A year later I completed my AFF in Madrid. I am currently working on getting my USPA licence. It’s difficult because the sport is truly dependent on the weather and my local drop zone isn’t quite local.
Skydive Madrid AFF Course