Except in Sydney, Australia. As you're in the park or on a harbour cruise, you take a bazillion shots of the bridge (similar to Mt. Rushmore syndrome). If you crank up the zoom, then on the arches of the bridge you see tiny dots. Are they giant, man-eating ants? No. They are bridge climbers.
|There they are....tiny bridge climbers|
It's definitely a once in a lifetime experience. And one where you cannot take photos while you're doing it. You just have to enjoy it while it happens and file it away in your memory banks. Why can't you take a camera? Because you are climbing above a bridge where there are people driving below you. One careless fumble of your camera or phone, and it drops down and potentially breaks someones windshield and causes a 15 car pile up. They take a photo of your group at the top...now you have a souvenir (other than a stylish before or after picture in a jumpsuit).
|Oh yeah....this was the 2007 jumpsuit|
What's one of your favorite "once in a lifetime" vacation memories?
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