Hi All, We must have all done something that we think of as brave or adventurous for a blind person and felt proud of yourself after. Here are mine. First one was having the nerve to get on and ride a camel. This camel was about ten feet tall and I was just standing there listening to everyone else riding this camel when I was picked up off my feet and this little Israeli guy put me on the camels hump and said to me, Hold tight , you have ride . I threw my arms round the hump and held on for grim death. When we came back the camel knelt down at the front end and I nearly went flying over its head. But I was glad after that I had done it. Another time we went to a friends house in the countryside with lots of very narrow lanes. We were having a barbecue and some bike riders came with big Harley Davis motor bikes. They took us on the back of the pillion seat and of I went. It was scary because you didn't see the bends coming so you weren't ready to go with the bike. We reached 100 miles an hour in places. I was glad to get off but again I was glad I did it. This time I was on the beach in Tenerife on holiday. This woman asked me to have a go at Para gliding. What's that I asked, She said you get in this harness with my son and its attached to a motor boat out there in the sea. Then the boat starts moving and you go 300 feet up in the air and fly. OK I said. lets go. Up up and away. as we got up to 300 feet my blooming harness came undone . I spent the next 10 to 20 minutes hanging on to ropes. But again I can say I've done it. Felt very proud of myself. This one most blind people wont do. I like swimming on my own in the sea. I do have someone swimming near me for safety. But I love it. So, has anyone else have any stories to tell. love Malcolm. love Malcolm. xxxx.