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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Carlingford: Their love of dark enclosed places

Carlingford. A trip full of adventure, laughter and of course rain. This  trip hit the road, when all of  the T.Ys arrived at the Esso station to get on board the bus to take us to Carlingford at seven o'clock in the morning, the journey took approximately an hour and a half, this journey consisted of eating and singing by a bunch of over tired girls to exhausted to care what they even looked like.
          After arriving in the beautiful village of Carlingford, we got split up into two groups, my group got to the laser combat activity first. This was a personal favorite of my  mine. We got to trek up a humongous hill into a forest and shoot at each other with laser guns. Later that evening we went back up the evening and went in a hike with our eyes covered with blindfolds, this was alot of fun also as when we took off our blindfolds, it was dark. The most terrifying experience that I have ever experienced happened that night also, we had to crawl through a pitch black tunnel under the ground that was a meter wide and extremely small, stuffy and smelt like vomit, not an experience I enjoyed to say the least. On a more happier note, the rest of the night was full of food and giggling  and the more food, also the showers were to die for if you were staying in the apartments.
   The next day was a sad day, not only was it our last day but it was also raining but that did not break our spirits. Our group got to go body zorbing and do other activities in the morning but body zorb ing was the most thrilling and fun. Body zorbing is when you are placed in a clear ball with straps, your legs are sticking out so you can walk and a hole on top of the ball so you can breathe. We got to do tumbles in the ball, which is not fun when you get stuck in a headstand and all the blood is rushing to your head but it was still fun. Later on in the day we got to kayaking and jump off a trampoline in the middle of the sea and then climb up a cave in which I had to crawl through another dark tunnel to reach a waterfall which iI just thought was beautiful and then after kayaking back it was time to go home, all cold a wet and say our farewells to the people of Carlingford.

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