15th June 2016
After a long coach journey, the students of Strothoff International School arrived at Camp Suisse ready to roll into the week’s activities.
With not a minute to waste, our campers had a quick spot of lunch, were allocated rooms and then headed to the climbing wall. With Rosie and Steve, our fearless activity leaders, supervising the climbing wall, our campers were briefed, warmed up and thrown into climbing as high, as fast and as many times as they could. It was a great way to work off the built-up energy from the journey!
Mr. B started where he left off last year and ambitiously headed straight up the hardest route for his first climb of the day. The students cheered and with all the pressure of the world focused on his next move, Mr B made it to the top and rang the bell with ease (almost).
After dinner we played some bingo and then laid out the plan for Tuesday. With more dodgy weather forecast, it was decided that our campers would be heading to the world-famous Cailler chocolate factory and visiting the historical medieval town of Gruyere.
…Until our next update!