Spent 4 summers doing Camp America, had the best time, learnt so much and made friends for life, spent some much time playing and learning from other staff from all over the world.
waking up and the brake od dawn and getting the kids to climb a mountain to see the Sun Rise, some of these things that you can hold onto for the rest of your life.
The camp I was at was in North Carolina , love the place, it was out in the sticks but what made it was the diversity of the staff and the management was excellent. I went back for four years cause I had made friends for life and the kids there were normal , down to earth and you could see the change that you could give them through talking and being there.
traverling after wards was the best..Being in America..
nothing..what could be bad ..