Here are all penny, water is everywhere, sprayed you in the face. Not only is it scary, but you and distracts said Irmler
LONDON - Germany's Lukas Irmler (26) and Austrian Reinhard Klajndl (34) were able to, walking on the 100 meters long rope taut, cross the majestic Victoria Falls in Africa.
The two men who "seek the devil", a few months they had negotiated before they were allowed to work their point.
"There are all penny, water is everywhere, sprayed you in the face. Not only is it scary, but you and distracting," he said in a statement Irmler for Sky News.
"You need to have a clear field of vision, to be focused on the goal and do not let you draw attention to the waterfalls which repel the rock, which is very difficult," he explained.
Victoria Falls are among the most beautiful in the world. They are located on the Zambezi river border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
"The smoke that thunders", so called by local residents, today is over 1.5 kilometers, with a drop of 128 meters.