Like many millennial vacationers, I generally choose my trip locations based mostly on one thing I see on the web. Such was the case with a current journey to China.
Opened in 2016, the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge in Hunan, China is the tallest and longest glass bridge in the world. The walkway sits 980 toes above the canyon ground and is greater than 1,400 toes lengthy.
It had been billed as each breathtakingly stunning and thrilling — a spot, some would possibly say, to get the final selfie.
Soon after arriving, I realized a tough lesson in the distinction between the shiny photographs and movies of journey media and the actuality for the common vacationer.
Here’s what it was like: