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did some fun exercises with them - the same kind of exercises that we would I got a taste of the international experi- do on a normal school camp. This gave me a chance to see how they communience after going to Europe the end of 2011 and again during another oppertu- cate and work with one another so that nity to work with international students we can facilitate the camping. from Amsterdam, end of February beginning March, on South African soil. Even though they were a strange group of different cultures and countries, ranging from Americans, Dutch, British Serve the City invited Camp13 to join and even a guy that lived in Arabia for a them in a project, in Cape Town, near while, they still responded the same Stellenbosch. We taught the students about serving by taking them to a town- than our students from the local public schools in South Africa would. I’m not a ship called Inkanini next to Kyamandi. hundred percent sure what it means, We served alongside the Europeans, building a community centre, plastering but I’m guessing that we are not doing too bad seeing that we only started with cement and building relationship with camps this year. the locals. Why ask Camp13 to help out when it seems like an outreach and not an adventure camp? Isn’t our speciality more in line with adventure and leadership development? I am really excited to see how far we can go in this year, to have an influence in many more lives and to try and make a difference in the youth of, not only South Africans, but also as many other countries as possible.
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Allow me to explain where I fit in to this picture. We arranged a sports day with Good habits formed at youth make all the difference. the students where we played volley- Aristotle ball, Frisbee and some touch rugby to encourage teamwork and participation. We also took them camping at Kogel Bay, right next to the beach, where we