Phuket, Thailand: Yep, I still can't believe I did that.

The Flying Hunaman in  Phuket, Thailand. 

My stomach still tightens a little when I watch the videos above. We came across a zip lining attraction online and decided it would be a fun thing to do while in Thailand. Nathan has been zip lining once before, but I was a first timer. But neither one of us had any idea what we were getting ourselves into. The attraction did not have a website, but the reviews on Trip Advisor were good, so we went for it. 

Once they got you in a harness, there was no turning back. We moved so quickly that there was no opportunity to turn around, be scared, or exit the course. Looking back I am glad there wasn't, because there were a few times I would have been out of there. I am glad I hung in though because the views were incredible, and we had a blast.  Looking back, it seems more scary then I realized at the time. I am not sure I would be brave enough to do it again, so I am glad that I did it once. I think the tour guides sensed my fear, because they really enjoyed teasing me, running up behind me to scare me, and giving me extra crazy pushes off the platforms. 

Here is our adventure at the Flying Hunaman, Phuket, Thailand: 

The first hike up to the zip line course

Too bad you can't see the fear on my face 

I love the view in this picture. Nathan loves my crooked helmet! 

Some of the intensely steep stairs we were constantly up and down. 

If you look closely you can see people zipping in, climbing down the tree, and zipping off the other side. 

Skateboard zip you had to do in pairs

More high and narrow walkways  
Nathan repelling. We both agreed this part was one of the scariest. 

Sounds a little crazy, right? This is the zip Nathan is on in the video above. 


  1. Okay super crazy but my sister used to live in Thailand! I went to visit her one spring break and we zip lined too!!!

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