A 10 year old shares her experience of the overnight camp at Roopantara

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After the tents were set up in the early evening, we helped start a bonfire. We danced around the bonfire, sang, played games and I got to make a new friend!

This is about my first adventurous overnight camp at a place called “Roopantara” with my parents and friends. The journey was fun because I used a GPS to help my dad find the camp. We passed through many places like a nursery, school, fields etc., and lost our way more than once to find ourselves in a village. There we saw monkeys, cows, puppies, cats and many other domestic animals. When we finally got there, we used a rope to pull out another car that had run into a ditch. The fun was only just starting.

After I met everyone one there, I heard 2 dogs barking, one was a puppy and other was a grown up dog named MOLIQUILE (molecule). He was naughty and hyper, and proved it by leaving his cage and pouncing on me. My fear went away when I realised that he was just trying to play with me.

Ecomukti_Picking fresh vegetables at Roopantara

My mother, my friend and Mani Aunty started picking vegetable and fruits, while I got to explore the place with my dad.

Ecomukti_Roopantara_Camping_under_the_full_moon_Aditi and friends

After the tents were set up in the early evening, we helped start a bon-fire. We danced around the bon fire, sang, played games and I got to make a new friend named Kashish. She was a good girl and we ate our dinner together. I really enjoyed the walk in the moon light before going to bed.

The next morning we left for the emu bird farm after breakfast and enjoyed the long walk through the forest and village. I liked walking through the village and forest more than seeing the bird farm.

Ecomukti_Roopantara_Camping_under_the_full_moon_Families say goodbye

Don’t we all look happy? What fun we had!

IT WAS A GREAT EXPERIENCE!

By Aditi Krishnan (10 years)

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