And finally we went to Dorado. We had not been able to attend for several weeks, in part due to the very active climate that we have had in the island. Anyway, it was very good to be back, and with this, many stories to tell… First of all, Full House of Team Kamikazes Pilots and their families….
Pilots and Kamikazes Family present…
Angelo Avila and his son Alexys
Mario Muñiz and his wife Ivonne
Luis Ruiz, his wife Jessica and sons Ian Darrell and Noah Enrique
Alberto Sabah, his wife Mercedes and daughter Jessica
Edgardo Rivera and his wife Wilnelia
Pablo Cruz and his wife Millie
Deron Freeman, his wife Carla and children and relatives
Manuel “Manny” Martinez, his wife Laurie and son Daniel
Flight Activities in the Morning…
We had a storm nearby, in the north of the island (Earl), but it gave us a quite pleasant weather to fly and share in the area. There was some rain, but the clouds were moving away quickly, allowing us to continue flying.
Thirteen (13) pilots were flying in the morning, Alex Disla, Edgardo, Mario, Deron, Tim, Luis, Darwin, Abner, David, Omar, Pablo, Alberto and Angelo. Each and every one of them enjoying their experiences to the fullest, flying for hours and in some cases flying close to the hotels of Dorado.
On the ground the pilots/students Ariel, Carlos and Eric dedicated themselves to polishing their paragliding skills on the comfortable sands of “El Único” Beach.
Better than continue writing, here we have a lot of videos of the adventures in the morning…
After the morning flight activities. The Kamikazes Team decided to visit the popular restaurant Happy Crab in Dorado. We had a great and unforgettable evening with delicious food. We share better the photos of the occasion, that best describe our experience in the place.
Sunset and Return to “El Único” Beach…
Although for most of the pilots and their families, the activity of flights and sharing ended in the restaurant… For Edgardo, his wife Wilnelia, Omar and Darwin things were not like that. They returned to “El Único” Beach to continue their day of flying. This time the weather had changed and the winds had dropped. In fact, if they want to fly they has to perform a Front Launch and that was no guarantee of being able to Take Off. They were in the area until nightfall.
Again we share some photos and videos that best describe their adventures.