The summit so far has been a blur. My life, at the moment, is being run by the information sheet in the elevator. I think this is indicative of the fact that we are just so busy having fun! Yesterday, the outdoor activity day, began brightly with thunder and lightning which had some delegates who I shall not name cowering under their benches. We had to wait a while, but it wasn’t long before we were on the water paddling hard. This was followed up by an intense session of paintballing. My first round was a bit of an anticlimax; sprinting out, I was shot immediately. The next round was an entirely different story as I chose to take my time. I simply stood up, walked slowly towards the opposition and singlehandedly won the game. Cultural night preparations have been fantastic, given the fact that before the summit I had not even heard of reeling, let alone done it. However, under the confident tutelage of Charlotte Baker, we have transformed ourselves from a bunch of ragtag ‘dancers’ into a slick cohort of Scottish reelers. Conservation was engaging, no doubt thanks to the fabulous presentation we had from Mr. Law, his passion for marine conservation was amazing and infectious. It is good to see that there are people like Mr. Law who care about those things which so many others ignore. This is my last journal entry, and I would just like to convey how enlivening an experience the summit has been, from the people I have met to the places I have visited. Thanks Hwa Chong.
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