I’m on top of the world!
Can you see me up there? My arms are stretched out like those picture poses they have on facebook. I guess they do that to show how much they are embracing the moment. I think mine is only a tad bit more justified.
Seriously, this felt higher than on an airplane. Even scarier. Er? maybe neck and neck … but with a strong wind and drizzling rain, it sure got my knees trembling.
Being on great heights always reminded me about that Filipino superstition they lied to children with saying “They might get pushed by a demon.”
Obviously, those other two don’t have those words weighing on their heads.
I did had my feet on the edgen though. So if the demon tried to push me, I could at least have some time to react and fight back.
I’m just joshing. I don’t believe in such silly superstition, why else I agreed to go there. By the way, that is the Aqueduct of Vanvitelli.
What about you? Where and how did you face your fear of heights?