October 22, 2011

ပကလဲၯဟးသကိးဧါ‚ တဿ္ဟးလဿ အလီၯဘဢ္ယိဢ္

ပွၯတဖု လဲၯဟးသကိး၀ဲဒဢ္လဿ တဿ္ဟးလဿအလီၯဘဢ္ယိဢ္ကတဿဿ္ လဿကစဿဿ္ကပၯ လဿအထီ၀ဲ ၃၂၈ ခီဢ္ယီဿ္‚ ပွၯတဖုအံၯ ဟး၀ဲဒဢ္ကယီ ကယီလဿကစဿဿ္ကပၯန႔ဢ္လီၯ. ကစဿဿ္အံၯ အိဢ္၀ဲဒဢ္လဿ စပ့ဢ္ထံကီဿ္ ကလံၯထံး တကပၯ ဒီးမ့ဿ္တဿ္လီဿ္လဿအလီၯ ပ်ံၯလီၯဖုးကတဿဿ္ဘဢ္ ဆဢ္ လဿအနံဢ္ ၁၁၀ အတီဿ္ပူၯ ပွၯလဲၯ၀ဲဒဢ္တဒူဢ္၀ံၯတဒူဢ္လံန႔ဢ္လီၯ. ကဲပကလဲၯကြဿ္သကိး -

က်ဲဆံးလံန႔ဢ္ ဟးဂီၯဒံး

မ့ဿ္လီၯတဲာ္ဒု ကမူအဂီဿ္တမ့ဿ္တဿ္ညီဘဢ္

မ့ဿ္လဿက်ဲဟးဂီၯအဃိ ဒ္သိးကလဲၯဆူညါအဂီဿ္ ဘဢ္သူ၀ဲဒဢ္ပ်ံၯ

မ့ဿ္လဿယံာ္လံအနံဢ္ ၁၁၀ လံအဃိ က်ဲဟးဂီၯဒ္အံၯ‚ ဒီးနံဢ္လဿကဟဲ တဿ္ကမၯ ဂ့ၯထီဢ္က့ၯအီၯ

နမ့ဿ္လဲၯဟးန႔ဢ္ ပလီဿ္နသး တဿ္ပူၯဟိဒ္အံၯအိဢ္အါမး နခီဢ္ကလီၯဖွီးဘဢ္ဖုး


Teetering along a crumbling walkway over 100 metres high, a group of intrepid climbers carefully inch their way across what has been dubbed the most dangerous path in the world.
And they're not alone. Adrenaline-junkies have been flocking to southern Spain to
experience the 110-year-old El Caminito Del Rey before work begins to refurbish it next tear.
Companies have now begun offering unofficial tours after a video of a walker tackling the hair-raising trail went viral on YouTube.

And you don't need to be an experienced climber either, the only requirements are that walkers should be at least twelve years old and have a good head for heights.
The trail, also known as the King's Pathway, was originally built in 1905 for workers to travel between two hydroelectric power plants but was closed-off in 2000 after two walkers fell to their deaths.

It snakes its way along cliff edges high up in El Chorro Gorge, thirty miles from Malaga.
Much of the one-metre-wide walkway is crumbing away with rusting supports, gaping holes, no handrails and sections that have completely fallen down.
A makeshift wire has now been attached to the rock face which walkers and climbers can clip themselves on to in order to have some degree of security - but many still prefer not to use any safety equipment at all.
Work is now due to start on an 8.3 million project to make the pathway safe again and attract more tourists to the area.

It will take three years to re-construct and will see the pathway completely rebuilt with hand rails, protective barriers, lighting and a visitors centre..
One climber on the route last week said: 'It's a shame they're going to fix the path.
'It will sanitise it too much and take the thrill out of it.
'It's free for us to go on right now but I'm sure they'll make us pay to use it in the future.'

(ဟံးန႔ဿ္အီၯလဿ ႃႃကိုပီတာရဲ့အေတြးပံုရိပ္မ်ား႗႗ အပူၯန႔ဢ္လီၯ.)


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