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The service is exemplary, but be aware that activities such as hikes, four-by-four trips, boating, and paragliding, as well as four-hour Arabian spa rituals and seven-course meals with wine flights, can easily double your room rate.
The family often skied, scuba-dived, went paragliding and played roller hockey together.
Kiteboarding (also known as kiting and kitesurfing) is a fast-growing water sport that represents a cross between paragliding and wakeboarding.
Jorge Atramiz is a professional paragliding pilot and photographer who has been flying in Hawaii for the past ten years.
Mr. Hofer is a 45-year-old nationalist who has advocated for the rights of disabled people since he was injured in a paragliding accident.
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PARAGLIDING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of paragliding for English Language Learners
: a sport in which a person jumps from a high place (such as a cliff or an airplane) and uses a special kind of parachute to float down to the ground
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