Indoor skydiving

Indoorskydiving
Yep, you heard that right. And no, it’s not something you can only do inside the tall chimney bit of the Tate Modern museum (and besides, that’s full of slides at the moment). Instead, indoor skydiving is apparently a bit like this:

"Imagine a wind tunnel that could be used for testing the aerodynamics
of an F1 racing car, turn it upright, jump onto the airflow and you are
skydiving."

Sounds fun to me! The Doghouse is selling packages to try it for £49, which includes training, and two flights of about one minute each. If you can get to Milton Keynes, and fancy having flapping lips like a dog hanging out of a car window, it’s well worth a look. BUY IT

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