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Essay On Camping Experience

When life develops day by day, people tend to be stressful stressed out, stressful : causing a lot of anxiety and worry Ex: Stressful time ( for thing) by working,studying…Everyday, they usually encounter a lot lots of= a lot of pressure. That is the reason why whenever they have time, they almost always look for some comfortable places, some leisure activities to entertain themselves.

An activity that I would like to recommend to you is going camping. I think it’s an interesting activity for you and you will be satisfy satisfied after joining. Why not? After working hard and studying hard, if you and your family or your friends have time for camping, you all can enjoy those wonderful moments together. There are a lot of fantastic things, such as: learning many skills about how to make a tent, how to prepare a barbecue for all of you, how to hold some games, how to connect all of people and develop relationships also…Beside that, you go camping that means you go back nature so you can discover it and enjoy this atmosphere, its air is very fresh and very “wild” – I think it’s a new thing for you… excellent

I went camping at the second year of univerity, two dayS one night. I went to Nam Cat Tien national park with my friends. Actually, It was the first camping I had during university period so I was very eager before the trip. We decided to use motobike to go there, because we thought that we could enjoy landscapeS along the road we went through. Just because we went there at dawn so we – teenagers – felt that it was really THE biggest ONE, it was a new thing we never had before. That was a very nice experience I think you should try it.

We prepared a lot of food before the trip because we are students, you know, saving money is the best way ^^. At Nam Cat Tien national park, we rented a tent from a center there (I forgot its name). Manager of this center helped( HELP S.O DO S.T) us to find some firewoods FIREWOOD, (UNCOUNT N) to cook ourselves and led us up??? tent. He also guided us to some famous places in the forest. We were very excited and thankful to him. We took a lot LOTS OF photos together and discovered some new plans PLANTS and trees, maybe they were famous but we hadn’t known before. At night some girls prepared somefood to roast GRILL IS BETTER, some soft drinks and some boys prepareD some firewoods, after that we had a campfire.

Of course we had some games to play together also, but the thing I liked best was eating roasted batatas(sweet potatos or yams), how interested we were! We enjoyed this moment until 2 a.m of THE nextday with a lot of songs, now I am thinking about it but still feel great! But you know, because Nam CatTien is a THE biggest forest, it has a lot=> LOTS OF mosquitos, also insects so we were bitten. We forgotpreparing some insect drugs so we got a little annoyance. The next day, we came back “Xì Gòn” HEHE but we got a problem, three of motobikes ran out of energy FUEL, GASOLINE but there was not any gas station around there. We got confused and the manager helped us solve this problem again, otherwise we had to go to the gas station which is about 20 kilometer to buy gas. God blessed us!

It is really memorable, I was satisfied with this camping but I have some advisesADVICE for you. If you want to get a nice trip – I think no trip is perfect, but try to reduce some problems it is also good for you getting TO GET a nice trip – you should make plan carefully, how much money do you think enough? Which transport will you use? What food do you think it’s suitable? You should find OUT some information about the place you will go to? You should equip yourself with some necessary skills for a camp…Try to control things you think they are under your control.

A Camping Experience

I couldn’t sleep the night before. I was just too excited. This was my first time on a camping trip. I had packed my backpack 3 days ago. There was a list of things that were required from everyone such as sleeping bags, torchlight, matches, Mars Energy Bars and not forgetting mosquito repellants.

Around 8am the following day, we arrived in our school bus at the foothills of Gunung Ledang which is famous for its many myths and also beautiful camping spots. There were 20 of us. We were all in our school scouts team accompanied by two teachers and our guide, an Orang Asli man called Adun. First we went to register ourselves at the rangers office before starting our hike.

It was a wonderful, cool morning. Adun pointed out to us various types of edible wild plants and told us to 'respect the jungle' by not littering or thinking bad thoughts. 2 hours later we reached a waterfall. It was a perfect spot to set up our tents. By the time we finished setting up the tents, it was lunch time. Adun showed us how to gather firewood and lit up a fire. He made a makeshift stand over the fire and hung a pot of icy water from the waterfall to boil. While waiting to cook rice, our teachers said we could all go for a quick swim in the waterfall. We had so much fun together! After a simple of rice and sardines, we rested for a while. In the evening, our teachers took us exploring around the area and gather more firewood before nightfall.

At night, after dinner, we lit a big fire and sat around it. Our teachers talked about jungle survival tips and later we played games. Then Adun told us a few mystical stories about Gunung Ledang. Some were scary and a few of us kept looking behind our backs at the dark jungle. By 10pm our teachers asked us to go to sleep. Some of us couldn’t sleep so ended up chatting quietly in our tents till wee hours of the morning. We went home the next morning, tired but happy.