"The close-knit style of our Year 11 camp meant that we could really connect with members of our House and our peers. As soon as we arrived, with the scent of nature everywhere, we were taken to the cafeteria for a light talk about the purpose and rules of camp. Then we enjoyed free reign to explore our surroundings before then venturing off for our first activity. For me, it was archery. Our group spent an hour shooting arrows at teddy-bear versions of Minnie Mouse and Woody, then headed onto the beach for the first round of Survivor. Then, with the smartest members of our group wearing long pants and jackets, it promptly started to pour. We carried on the activity for a while but when the rain began to fall like glass, we decided to end the challenge and returned to our cabin; where we all promptly showered and prepared for dinner. We headed over to the auditorium to hear the teachers give their devotional stories, and Chaplain Danny's on the second night was particularly memorable and encouraged so many to give their lives to Jesus. Listening to the teachers talk about their lives and stories was a real morale booster and left us with some funny inside jokes to tell in years to come. "