Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Paragliding in Borneo (Part 2)

I felt that early February 2017 was the best time for paragliding. The temperature was cool; cold to some as it was 18 degree celcius. The wind speed was slightly strong, and despite the temperature being cold, there were numerous strong thermal waves boiling upward to help push the gliders higher. Example like the picture above. This is the highest point of the hill; the Paragliding Take Off Base, Kokol Hill near Jesselton (Kota Kinabalu) at approximately 2800 feet above sea level. But yet the glider managed to fly two hundred feet above us with ease.

FLYING WILL SET YOU FREE! See Jesselton from the sky. My cousin, one of the paragliding pilot, Chris Lammert can also arrange to fly late in the evening to watch the sunset disappear over the horizon. I have flown three times with Chris and it was a wonderful experience.

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