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Rovers go to Kandersteg

posted 4 Aug 2011, 23:49 by Daniel Cuschieri   [ updated 10 Aug 2011, 11:14 ]
The Stella Maris College Rover Crew shall be spending 10 days in Kandersteg (Switzerland) and Garda (Italy).  Whilst in Kandersteg, the Crew will be staying at the Kandersteg International Scout Centre, which is a World Centre of the World Organisation of the Scout Movement (WOSM). The Centre began in 1923 with Lord Baden-Powell, who, after the first World Scout Jamboree, had a dream about a place where all Scouts from all over the world could meet. During their trip, the Crew will be undertaking a number of high-adventure activities, such as skydiving, rafting, hiking, mountain biking, crevassing, a glacier workshop, geocaching, skiing, sledding, abseiling and aerial runways, to mention some examples.  They will also be participating in the international KISC Campfire.  The Crew will then be going to Italy to visit Gardaland, the Aquaparadise and the Ferrari Museum in Modena.  More information can be found here.
 
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