I flew about freely, ensconced in comforting friendly air all around me, singing to myself, watching people takeoff below me and work their way up. Soon the restitution kicked in and it was lifting all over. I spotted a long billed vulture and was thrilled with the sighting. It flew over my glider and I followed it happily for a while singing loudly wondering if it could hear me
French paraglider pilot and instructor Philippe Lebre visited us again for the 6th time this January accompanied by a bunch of old friends and pilots from Moustiers Ste Marie. They spent a week at Native Place enjoying the paragliding, the food, fragrant plantings,
I would consider it a good occasion for us pilots flying at Kamshet to stop a moment to reflect on and be grateful for the rapport and respect we share with the local farmers and land owners at Kamshet. our access to the sites here depend on the good will of the local people and we need to tread gently and give back at least a little if not as much as we receive.
I often talk about the ‘nirvana paragliding trip’ a special experience that each of our students and visiting pilots go through – one filled with excitement, discovery, lasting friendships & memories and a sense of belonging to the Nirvana Paragliding Family and Native Place.