You haven’t been to camp if you haven’t had your fair share of sport and competing!
Warming up is essential. A sequence of ‘1-2-3’s in the morning sun and you are all set 🙂
If the weather suddenly gets unsupportive, an indoor swimming session could just as well plug you in for the rest of the day. Leaping forward like an acrobat is surely enjoyable, both to watch and to do, but be extra careful as you roll, plunge and splash your way into the pool.
After the morning warm up, you are officially prepared to get to the next level of exercising, meaning it is high time for some serious football kicking, on a grass that would make even the greenest of stadiums wilt with envy.
And if you lose the match, keep calm- but take a bow and some arrows 😉 you can still have your way and strike your target. Your teachers share some common roots with Robin Hood, so you are covered 😉
Another piece of advice: since you may get too carried away with everything, you may forget all about your personal belongings, such as smartphones and other insignificant items that absorb your attention in more than one way, which you could misplace, lose, drop somewhere…
Which, of course, brings us to the most unusual, but original, of sports: a night search party, armed with lanterns and monumental patience, for the smartphones that decided to have a nature break in a bed of grass- well, not all by themselves, with a little help from lightheaded you 🙂 you were playing football, a phone was a bit too much to carry in the pockets, it slowed you down terribly, so what better place to deposit it than on the good old ground? Even though you left it there, we found it and thus we saved the day together 😉 and the phone!
Relax if once again, you realize that the same dear instruments are nowhere to be found around the next lunch break. They probably got sleepy and decided to have a siesta again;) shhh! don’t bother them. Right now, they are probably sleeping in a real bed.
‘Bon appetit!’ for you, sleep tight for them!