Great Fun-Filled Camping GamesWritten by David Z
Next time when you go camping, try to play these fun games with people in your group or other campers. These activities can give you and your kids lots of laugh and a great way to build relationship with other campers.
1. Circle Jumping
Stand everyone in a circle with all hands clasped. One of crowds lies down in center with a rope as long as one-half diameter of circle.
To end of rope is tied a small weight like a sand bag. He whirls weight around with full length of rope revolving with increasing rapidity.
As it approaches players, they hop up and let it pass under their feet. The one whose foot is touched is out of game and person who keeps out of way of rope longest is winner.
Here is a Japanese game full of fun and action.
Place a dozen or more campers in line, and have each fellow place his hands firmly on shoulders of person in front of him.
Choose one of fellows for "Wolf." The first person at head of line is called "Head" of Serpent, and last fellow is "Tail."
The "Wolf" stands near head of Serpent until a signal is given. Then he tries to catch "Tail" without touching any other part of snake.
The others who form body of Serpent protect "Tail" by wreathing about in all sorts of twists to prevent "Wolf" from catching "Tail." This must be done without breaking line.
When "Tail" is caught, "Wolf" becomes "Head," and "Tail" becomes "Wolf." The last person in line is "Tail."
The game can be continued until every camper has been "Wolf."
Your Guide for Travel and Hotels in Columbia Written by Chris Sampson
When you hear word vacation, what do you see in your mind? Vacations mean assorted things to assorted individuals. Some like to sight see while many others would enjoy nothing more than to spend whole trip kicking back at hotel pool. If you happen to be like me, you enjoy some of both options. On one hand, because I have journeyed someplace different, I ought to visit some interesting local fare. But then again, if I use up all my time darting around from site to site, when I come home I will want another vacation to recuperate. To get most from your vacation time, keep following in mind when travelling to Columbia.
The first thing you ought to do is resolve as much at start as you can. That means things like interchanging currency when necessary, glancing at maps of area, renting a means of transportation (did someone say Harley?), booking a flight, and selecting a hotel that fulfills your needs. The good news is, all of these jobs have become much easier and cheaper through internet, so before contacting a travel agent, you could save some money by looking up good deals on web.
When it comes to finding perfect hotel, remember to look at your choices cautiously. Some items to consider would be how it is ranked; is it a two star hotel or a 4 star one? Where is it's location? If you are going to Disneyland but hotel you reserved is in San Francisco, you will waste quite a bit of your journey behind wheel. How long are you planning on being at hotel, and if you are going to be there, what sorts of conveniences do they furnish? I am sure that I will never forget time I went out on vacation to relax by pool, only to discover that hotel I was at didn't have one. I am sure that I must've appeared strangely out of place walking around lobby with my inflatable ducky around my waist and no pool to be found.
A good rule to stick by when packing is not to get out of control. Keep it simple, traveler. Begin by getting familiar with temperature so that you know what you had better pack, but avoid over-packing. Remember, if you forget something, odds are that you can purchase a replacement. As a matter of fact, take as few clothes as possible. I suggest packing older clothing which can be discarded along way. Depending on where you are, you may discover charities that would be happy to take extra clothing off of your hands. Besides, this will make additional space for souvenirs.