Stephen Freestone , AFF Graduate .
If you are seriously thinking about taking this course, do it! If you are in two minds about taking the course, do it! If you have just stumbled across this website, just do it anyway!
Great experience, there is nothing like freefalling through the sky! The instructors are great fun. Ulli is a laid back instructor, makes you feel safe and relaxed. Swiss Andy and british Andy are too cool for school. If you are worried about coming out here by yourself you wont be by the end of the first day. You will meet some great people and the nightlife is FANTASTIC! All in all a great experience and holiday, DO IT!!!!!
Grahame Bourke , AFF Graduate.
First of all I’d like to say a big thank you to Andy for getting me through my AFF. Also if you’re thinking of giving this a go alone but don’t think you’ll get along with anyone then you couldn’t be more wrong. After failing to flare on my first jump (Wally) I endeared myself to my peers almost immediately, who then preceded to take the mick for most of the week, as my landings were leaving much to be desired.
Not to be put off by this I continued (falling over) on virtually every landing all the way to Level 6. My first stand up landing was an absolute joy. Now I thought that this skydiving stuff was early nights and no booze. A myth quickly dispelled by meeting in the local bar ( Cheers ) at 9pm on the first night and then rolling in after midnight drunk as a Lord. Then it’s up at 8 for yet more skydiving. (repeat for rest of week) I made quite a few friends the week I was there and we’re all planning another venture out sometime early next year to catch up and fun jump. Going to try and get a few more solo´s done now I’m back in the UK so I don’t get rusty. See you all again around March/April.