I have had more requests for what it's like to jump. As I said in my last comment, it's an amazing experience, if you scare easily, take a spare pair of shorts :o), apart from the initial leaving the plane on your first jump, and the last hundred feet ground rush it's a blast. As my friend said, you will want to do it again, the next time with your eyes open. LOL. It beats bungi jumping, and you get to keep your eyeballs. Don't think about it, do it, it's an experience you will never match.
Sorry Kate, never been on one, 30 seconds in a Russian government office for me with ten foot of snow outside, and -35C, about as cold as my wife turned out to be
I live here, or a few km up the road. I agree with all the comments listed below totally. If you are coming here now, as a last minute thing, mid to late May, be warned, Kumkoy the place for eating, major hotels, and the brand new, and excellent Blackout Night Club, is a bit like a building site. The end of the month normally makes it illegal to continue with external building work; to look at it now, you'd think it will take a miracle, but things do happen quickly here where building is concerned, and I expect you'll not believe my words if you come in June. If you are not bothered then come, there is much to do, and if you hire a car, much, much more. I love this place.
I can't really tell you that because mine was as romantic as the marriage, and that ended in three years. Sorry