i went on a cruise and really want to do that but did not have to time to do it
Im scared of heights, but I love flying in airplanes. I think it would be a fun way to experience flight and face a fear.
Went tandem with Amy Koch at Lake Tahoe when I was about 17 years old.
I want to go parasailing in the Caribbean, with the one I love.
I want to go parasailing by January 12th, 2028.
go parasailing i'm inspired by roman Atwood
Corinne and I are going Parasailing in South Padre Island
I think it would be cool to go parasailing
I wonder what the beach looks like from up there... I wonder how peaceful it is...
Went Parasailing in Lake George
I wanted to become Airborne qualified while in the Army, but didn't think I could overcome my fear of heights. I think parasailing would allow me to experience the thrill of skydiving, but I would feel more secure over the water than over land.
Go Parasailing over the clear blue ocean.
I always go to the beach and again, I love heights.
I dreamed of doing this for ages and was eventually given the opportunity.
I live in a tourist town where I have seen many people go Parasailing, but I have always been just a smidge too scared to give it a shot. One day I will be brave enough to go for it!
I was always scared of height... I want to fight my fears
I want to go parasailing to see what it's like and hopefully get a good Instagram picture
I always wanted to but never had the money
looks like soo much fun! i have to try it, somewhere nice, an island somewhere i think , maybe Thailand :)
i want to do this with my future husband .
I love feeling like I'm flying!
We'll do this as a warm up to skydiving :]
I would love to go parasailing, anywhere that is warm and beautiful!
I have always wanted to try this!
I have done this already in September 2011 in Cancun. But it was on my Bucket List in my mind, so I wanted to add it.
I think it would just be marvelous to see the land from that view!
I did this when I was about 16 in the country of Cyprus. Nothing like "flying" over the Mediterranean!
Heights, open waves and winds, can't beat that.