Adventure journey

@kevinll (967)
May 17, 2010 9:37pm CST
We can see some young people or children take part in reality show or sport. A 16-year-old Australian girl just finished her round-the-world sail. Jessica Watson became the youngest person to sail around the globe solo, nonstop and unassisted when she cruised into Sydney Harbour in her pink, 34-foot (10-meter) yacht to a rock star welcome of thousands. She successfully maneuvered her boat through raging storms, 40-foot (12-meter) waves and seven knockdowns during the 23,000 nautical mile journey that critics thought she wouldn't survive. It is amazing. Do you have some adventure dream?
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@maximax8 (29129)
• United Kingdom
5 Jun 10
It is amazing that Jessica Watson, a sixteen year old, sailed around the world solo. It must not have been a lot of fun to do sailing non-stop. Part of the joy of traveling is to stop off in different places. I think she did fantastically well to ride 40 foot waves and survive. She must have enjoyed a warm reception coming home into beautiful Sydney Harbor on her pink yacht. I wonder how confident her parents were when she set off. Wow! I have had some exciting adventures. I have been para sailing in Fiji and Australia. I enjoyed snorkeling with black tipped sharks in French Polynesia. I liked snorkeling with nurse sharks and sting rays in Belize. I have climbed Mayan ruins and been on an exciting cave adventure. I have climbed four mountains. I have traveled around the world by plane.
• India
29 May 10
This is wonderful, congrats to this gal, recently a young was able to go to mount everest, some are dare devil, ready to take any kind of risk and adventure.. Thanks for sharing. Welcome always. Cheers. Prof