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Is motion sickness an issue on balloon excursions?

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Not at all! A balloon ride is extremely stable with very little feeling of motion. Although we've never had any passengers comment on any motion sickness or queezyness, If it were to happen I'd suggest looking out at the horizon rather than straight down.
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