Lauren Reports on 2B's Expo Experience Print E-mail

Last week all the groups had expo, my group 2b went last. My expo group is Braybrook and Timboon. We are a really good group, we all get along and we all got to know each other more on expo. When walking on the beach I got to know more about everyone. I talked to most people when walking up the beach and I got to know more about their school and their life in the country. Our expo group is friendly and no one is excluded with anything and none of us argue.

When we got to the camp site that day we had to set-up camp , then everyone went for a swim at Dock Inlet. It was really cold but once you went to the middle of the lake it was really warm. After we all got changed and got dry we all went to the beach to do reflection. We had to answer questions and then we had to stand in two lines facing each other and one by one we would walk down it with our eyes closed and if people wanted to give us a complement they would come up to us and saw it to us. All up expo was really good. The next day there were lots of hills but everyone got over them with no complaining. Yay to 2B

Lauren - Braybook College


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