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Bungy Jumping from the Auckland Harbour Bridge
New Zealand

Hidden under the Auckland Harbour Bridge is a Bungy Jump Pod. In true kiwi style, if its high enough you can bungy it!

Copyright: Jan Dunlop
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Taken: 16/11/2011
送信日: 23/11/2011
更新日: 12/08/2014
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Tags: bungy jumping; sports; auckland; new zealand
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