The raft was actually for 20 people, but we were only 4 (Me, Prakshaya, 2 instructors), so the raft was quite light, but it shouldn't have coz lighter jumps more :P We didn't saw any Indians around, we were the only one I think. Anyways we started our rafting from marine drive, the instructor taught us some basic instructions like 'row forward' 'row backward' 'bend over' etc...We were on our way now!! He asked if I can listen the roar, oh it was loud!! The roar was nothing but our first rapid 'return to sender' (level 3), we were actually stunned when we got over that, continuous paddling, chilled water, water all around, Har Har Gange and we were to our next and next and next rapid :D I jumped in middle of river though I can't swim but god it was thrilling. We stopped at Maggi point, this is the point where you can stop and enjoy hot maggi and chai. this is also the point for cliff jumping.
The rafting ends at Laxman jhula, after which we were about to do the next big thing : BUNGEE JUMPING!!!! Pure adrenaline rush baby!!! :D
The rafting ended by 1:30pm and last bus for bungee site was at 2pm, so we quickly just changed our clothes and boarded the bus wet-headed. The bungee was for Rs 3500 and 300 for bus.
Before reaching at the site only we saw 'the jumpers shouting and screaming jumping from the cliff that was 100mtrs above the ground' from bus window. I started having second thoughts on whether to go for it or not!! :D
Anyways we were weigh'd and mine came out to be 74kgs :D I was fat :P and were told to sign the risk form which clearly stated that knowing that all the precautions have been taken, still it's a risk to jump and we are solely responsible if something happens to us. quite interesting ryt!! :D
We walked to the site where I was 4th in the line to jump and was very intensively watching the other ones to go and jump. It was mine turn now to jump, they again weigh'd me and started putting harness and straps on me talking me through the process, Prakshaya was next to jump. There were these small speakers that played song and we wished that they had 'Stairway to heaven' which could have been perfectly soothing for our bursting heart beats which were at 300ft above the ground on a platform that was all shaking. I was about to make the highest jump in India and I was totally blank at that time!!