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  1. DjangoWorldWide

    Skydiving Tips/Sugesstions for First Jump

    Wear a big smile on your face and come back to tell us how it went! And all of the comments above ^^ I'm excited for you, at the other side of the world!
  2. Hi. As I'm cycling down from Canada to Argentina my objective is to jump in each of the Continental countries. I'm licensed by USPA (a) but my membership is expired, and I see no particular reason to pay them unless I really have to. That is, if most dzs south of the US are USPA ones. Anyhow, I'd like to get reccomandations on places who accept fun jumpers in Mexico at the moment, anywhere south of cdmx. Playa is a tandem establishment and Puerto Escondido has yet to answer, so I hope the community will have more information. Plus, if you're a dzo somewhere between Antarctica and Mexico and would like to invite me for a jump, I will not oppose ive been cycling for over a year and skydiving is an expensive luxury. No social media though, that is not an exchange offer, just courtesy.
  3. DjangoWorldWide

    West Coast's DZ come here!

    Hello, I'm a newbie skydiver, about 30 jumps since August 2018. I'm on a bike trip from north to south America, and now having my A license it became "a thing" for me to stop for a few days in DZ's, jump and go on. So far I stopped in VSA (Vermont), in Montreal and Victoria (Canada). That was a blast. My friends in my "home dz" (SSX, New Jersey!) Told me about Elsinore, but it's a bit far now. I already need a currency jump since it was over 60 days, but I don't care too much. If there's a friendly place around Washington or Oregon, which allows A license jumpers AND, most important, allows camping (I have a tent), I'd like to hear about it. I usually camp two nights, to allow me a fun free day to jump and know the guys on dz. So.. I wrote too much. Be part of my trip to Argentina! Django on the bike
  4. DjangoWorldWide

    Any Canadian drop zones open year long?

    Capital City skydive (Victoria BC) is open on weekends. I guess other dz's in Victoria and Vancouver still open. I'm staying current, yay! It has been a dream, It had become reality
  5. DjangoWorldWide

    Any Canadian drop zones open year long?

    Cheers mate I'm not interested in tunnels, thank you though It has been a dream, It had become reality
  6. DjangoWorldWide

    Any Canadian drop zones open year long?

    Aloha. I e-mailed the 5 drop zones mentioned in this site in Alberta, but it seems like any work. Do anybody here know of a place around BC or Alberta which operates durring the winter? A licensed novice guy here. USPA member It has been a dream, It had become reality
  7. DjangoWorldWide

    Skydive Sussex

    I got my A in Sussex, Awesome instructors. Very experienced, Lauren the dzo is really great and got everything under control. For the ladies among us, Sussex as a fair amount of female instructors/videographers. Place is closed durring winter so pretty busy in the season, which is great cause there are a lot of loads. More than enough packers. Always can find students and fun jumpers hanging around. A great place as home dz! 2 minutes walk you have a diner open 6am to 3pm, 5 minuts there's a bar, open day too and a deli next to the bar. Really great and easy to set up a tent for the weekend! Oh and they got the Caravan, which can take 18 people and has no problem get you to 13.5-14
  8. DjangoWorldWide

    So embarrassing. Need to repeat aff2

    Got my A a few days ago. What a blast! Aff2 was my only has-to-repeat CheckD was awesome. Thanks for the insights though! Haha! The bowling joke! I've heard that! In one of the rainy days all the staff went to...Bowling! Living in the dz really made the difference. From sunrise to sunset (and even after) I was surrounded by skydiving. That was an awesome expirrience and so much fun, beyond the jumping part. It has been a dream, It had become reality
  9. DjangoWorldWide

    So embarrassing. Need to repeat aff2

    Hey. So a new day started today, plus I changed an instructor and I'm both proud and happy, I am CLEAR FOR SOLOS!!!! today went so much better, passed 2-7 first attempt each It has been a dream, It had become reality
  10. DjangoWorldWide

    So embarrassing. Need to repeat aff2

    So I started today, and emidiatlly after arf1 I did 2, and to my embarrassment I failed. Didn't hold strong enough arch. I just kinda needed a place to spill my heart, I don't really expect special insight. I live in the dz (tent) so im sure I'll be ok, it's just the extra money that suck and general disappointed of myself. Peace It has been a dream, It had become reality