Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by drippy, Dec 17, 2006.
Heh, I've actually been to the Taroko Gorge Road in Taiwan (click on Part 2 on the bottom.)
And the Most Dangerous Tourist Hiking Trail at the bottom of the first page is very similar to a place I went to in the Huangshan Mountains in southeastern China. Safety is not in the vocabulary there.
I remember I went to this place and was floored by it. Why people would build a monastery on a sheer, practically vertical rock cliff is beyond me. But when I was up there, I literally feared that the thing was gonna go crashing down.
That second one is INSANE and I thought I had it bad because I have to drive through Louisville's spaghetti junction every day:
Traffic Jam from hell. They need to pathe that road or put some stones down...something.
What's up with that last shot of the outhouse on the cliff? Most dangerous place to go to the bathroom in the world?
Don't fart. It will push you over the ledge.
That outhouse is the only one in existence that will make you shit yourself.
And not because you have to.
i guess its not an issue if your one of those shaolin monks that can fly.
Hmmm. Never thought of that. I guess that's why the monastery is gravity defying to begin with.
Ahh places I will never hike or drive...
I would never drive on any of those roads. And to think, I thought that mountain road in St Marteen was scary.
That road isn't bad at all. It's the drivers that make it bad.
Those tunnel roads in China are amazing! Wouldn't want to drive on one, though.
Oh, and did anyone else catch this blog post?
Been there huh? Those Taxi van drivers scare the hell out of me. Did you visit the Seaman's club, haha?
Nope, the cruise I was on only allowed so much time so I went to the beach instead.
The beach is even more dangerous than the roads. To many old naked people. Every now an then a nice young piece though Mr Jiggles would love it
Yeah, you really do need horse blinders there.
That plane mod is cool as hell - and LOOK TRANSFORMERS!
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