Snorkelling

The cold water hit me like a slap in the face.the water rushed in my two sizes to big wet suit. I breathed quickly through my snorkel but soon got my breath under control. I struck out with my fins and glided along the water’s surface seeing 3 fish swimming between pieces of rock and corral. I started to follow them but they split up so I ended up following the triangular shaped one. I followed it until it went into  five meter deep water. In my opinion snorkelling was the best thing to do at cape bridge water coastal camp.

CAMP RESPONSE – The Early Morning

It was crazy, just crazy. I said to myself as I got dressed at 6:45 am. Why do I have to get up so early?! I mean why! Is it because we have to leave school at 8:00am and get to school by 7:30am! “Yes, probably, anyway”.

If the bus trip is 10 hours long you would need to leave at 8:00am to get there by 6:00pm and then eat dinner, brush your teeth and go to bed by 9:30pm!The next morning we ate breakfast and got ready to go to the National Museum of Australia.

For the rest of our days in Canberra it was pretty much the same thing. Getting up and going to places like Questacon, the AIS, the NGA, old and new parliament house and the war memorial where the school captains laid a wreath there and then on the 5th day in Canberra we went on the 10 hour bus trip home!