Cairns, na Austrália, é geralmente sinônimo da Grande Barreira de Coral, o maior recide de coral do mundo. Mas a apenas duas horas de viagem, ao norte, há uma floresta infestada de crocodilos perigosos, praias selvagens, rios refrescantes e pelo menos um morcego.
(English) Queenstown is the most convincing proof that governments can profit from the legalization of drugs. This is, after all, the city that deals the world’s most expensive narcotic. Walk around its compact downtown and you’ll see hundreds of addicts, just biding time until their next fix, for which they’ll pay hundreds of dollars.
The drug dealers are registered companies that are taxed and subject to stringent safety standards. There are very few deaths and virtually no violent crime caused by the drug.
(English) When the technician clips the bungy cord on your feet, you vaguely start to realize what you got yourself into.
We had just watched six other people do the jump, billed as the third highest in the world. As thousands have done in the past, they jump, the cord stretches, they bounce. When they’re reeled back to the platform, they look stunned and thrilled, probably wondering what to call the neurochemical sucker punch they just took.