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Archive for July, 2016

Challenging Adrenaline on slide glass with a height of 300 Meters

MULTIPLE types of activities offered by companies in the tourism industry. The latest, tourists can try to glide at an altitude of 300 meters. This relatively high waterslide made of glass and was named SkySlide. SkySlide opened at the end of last month in downtown Los Angeles, United States.

The glass slides were made in the building Bank Tower, precisely at the floor 70. Visitors who love to compete guts, can try the game quite challenging. Although only skied a few seconds, visitors can feel the sensation of gliding pretty scary, especially sliding glass material which one can see how high it was. It certainly can be daunting. But the owner SkySlide says the game is safe because the slide made from 1.25 inch thick glass.

Coupled with the experience can see a 360 degree view, this game began to tune travelers. The game is located on the 70th floor Bank Tower named SkySpace. Bank Tower itself is referred to as the tallest building in the United States. To achieve SkySpace, someone has to pay USD19 to USD25 or equivalent. Whereas to enjoy SkySlide, visitors must pay an additional fee USD8 or approximately Rp105 thousand.

Dangers that Could Happen Beach

Dangers that Could Happen Beach

BEACH become the preferred tourist destination travelers. But the beach is also not free from dangerous things lurking. When the holidays at the beach, it’s good to find out the bad things often happen on the beach. Are there frequent jellyfish attack or the waves are too big.

Here are some dangerous things can lead to death on the beach:

  • scorching sun
    The beach is synonymous with the very hot weather. Hot sun can even be a dangerous thing for someone with the condition of the body is vulnerable. Exposure to sunlight can lead to an increasingly rapid pulse, loss of consciousness, restlessness, fever, pain to shortness of breath.
  • shark attack
    Shark attacks could occur in certain coastal areas. In the United States, it often occurs that causes a visitor injured. Each year there are approximately 50 to 70 shark attacks that can result in 5 to 15 deaths worldwide.
  • Jellyfish
    Jellyfish attack also becomes dangerous. When the temperature of the sea water rising, jellyfish tend to go ashore. Jellyfish stings can result in headache, vomiting, muscle cramps, allergies, chills, fever and difficulty breathing.

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