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Chelsea Muir

Posted on November 24th, 2011 in Reviews

Our Grade 7 camp to Knysna was by far the most organized and most enjoyable camp that I have ever been on. Mrs Womack organized everything so well, from the accommodation to the fun activities and food. I never had one boring moment on this camp.

I always had something to do, Mrs Womack even organized activities for us to do on the bus. The accommodation was amazing, Addo Elephant was my favourite. Mrs Womack catered for all the different interests of the girls in my class, when it came to the activities and accommodation. She catered for those who love the outdoors by organizing for us to stay at Addo Elephant, game driving and canoeing at The Wilderness. She also catered for those who love indoor activities more than outdoor activities by organizing for us to stay at a really fancy hotel and spending time at Knysna Waterfront. The different activities were so much fun and I learnt so much. There was no activity that I did not enjoy. I would definitely go on this trip again. It was an amazing camp that I’ll never forget and brought our entire class closer together.

Chelsea Muir, Grade 9 Rustenburg Girls’ High, Cape Town, August 2011

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