This time though, I can't say I was as full of bravery as I was last year... For some reason it didn't seem okay for me to throw myself of 15 meters cliffs and it felt quite suicidal when I eventually did so. Everything was wrong: bad take-offs, bad trajectory, bad balance while airborne, awful plunges - I had my chest hit a few times which lead to almost loosing my breath; not to mention arms splashing against the water causing red skin and considerable amounts of pain and shame.
Needles to say I was the mockery of all the gang, just for the hesitation that I showed in the first day. Tigers and sharks, this is what they are, proudly displaying their audacity against my old's man weakness... :-)
We definitely climbed more now - the sea allowed this with still waters and mild waves.
Facts and figures:
- Grades for attempted and/or sent climbing routes: from 5a to 7b+
- 30 people
- 6 cars
- Highest jump: 15 meters
- Boldest jumper: Adi Mic (Adrian Iancu)
- Most stylish jumper: Kristoff (our Austrian friend)
- Dolphins seen and photographed
- Coolest non climbing activity: snorkeling
- Lots of laughs (quite a few were triggered by my jumping fears)
SnorkelingEmil reaching out for the key jugAdi Mic sending a 6c line Overview of our preffered spot: the arch bayThe archAdi Mic engaged in the highest jumpThe "Funky Jump" spotEvening chill outCristina's head on plungeDWSSupperIt seems that climbing is safe after all
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