Category Archives: Paragliding training

Nearing the end

Well the weather broke today and I awoke to clear skies and no valley fog. I also awoke to     the sound of the cows with the alpine bells clanging away. Which at the beginning of the 2 weeks … Continue reading

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Weather stops play again..

So I have been checking out which glider I want to buy once I have my ticket to fly. I think it is basically coming down to the Buzz Z3 an EN 1-2 glider manufactured by Ozone. I know that … Continue reading

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Calm cool and collected..

Is what I was trying to achieve today. I wanted to start to get into a routine that I will use before flying. As Dennis and Gillian continue their hands off attitude and let me get on with it, it … Continue reading

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Lets just mix it up a bit.

    Well after opening my big mouth yesterday, today started out foggy and wet.  A quick look out the patio window gave a similar view that we get in the UK in autumn. John turned up at 9, and … Continue reading

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I could get very used to this…

The problem as far as I see it with learning to paragliding out here is that everything may seem a little depressing after getting up, once again having wonderful views, great conditions and great weather. Will it always be like … Continue reading

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Wow what a day!

It’s been a day of lots of highs and couple of lows, with an excellent start to the day weather wise. blue skies greeted us from outside the villa, while we waited for our third pilot for the day to … Continue reading

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Parawaiting over, virgin flight completed

Tuesday started overcast and cold, in the night I had heard plenty of rain coming down as the front swept through, the synoptic charts had indicated that the front was fairly slow. So I was hoping that it would move … Continue reading

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