321Cya

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  1. 321Cya

    crossfire2 spain or NZ

    NZ has the option for black trim tape... Depending on your colour preference that might be something for you as it was for me. Shipping costs might vary considerably depending on your location. No other noticeable differences IMO. J.
  2. 321Cya

    Go Fast X-days Rotterdam, Holland

    yes no HELL YEAH! http://www.skydivingmovies.com/ver2/pafiledb.php?action=file&id=4138&string=go%20fast%20x-days It's not a public event like for example KL. It's a media event and the jumpers are actually sort of 'Go Fast employees' for 1 or 2 days. Therefore I think you won't find any more info on registration etc. than that you did so far... As far as I know all slots are full for this year's edition J.
  3. 321Cya

    Europe & Swiss local question

    If you stay in Lauterbrunnen you literally stay right below the exit points. The Horner Pub is where most jumpers stay and it's affordable as well. There's are also two campsites which are cool as well, especially since you come in the middle of summer. For your girlfriend it is only a 10 minute train ride away to Interlaken, which is basically the outdoor capital of Europe. Plenty to do for her as well overthere. Hope this helps. J.
  4. 321Cya

    Eiger conditions

    I am ofcourse referring my question to those who hiked up there and not those who had a chopper ride...
  5. http://www.20min.ch/tools/suchen/story/23171424 English: A 35-year old survived a jump into high-voltage powerlines. The man BASE jumped of a cliff in the Vercors area (site name is in article anyway) in France on Monday. After a freefall he openend his parachute as planned, but the man couldn't get it under control and flew straight into the 63000 Volt cable, according to the Mountain watch. The rescue services had to wait long until the power was completely switched off. Only then a rescuer could abseil down from a helicopter and bring the man in safety. The rescue operation lasted for more than 3 hours. The victim, from the Grenoble area, suffered 2nd and 3rd degree burns and is now treated in a specialist medical center in Lyon. All the best to you and I wish you a quick recovery! J.
  6. 321Cya

    Looking for New Zealand Mike

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  7. 321Cya

    Switzerland to build it's tallest building...

    Cool. Can you PM with the exact location please? Just jumped the 2nd highest building in Switzerland's biggest city for the 2nd time last week. Nice scaffolding had suddenly erected next to the building eventhough it's almost finished... We didn't want to miss that chance... Thanks for the info mate! Joris.