During the trip to Mount Abu, I did several rigorous treks, learned rock climbing and caving. A 5-day trip taught me to adjust in small spaces, cooperating and having a caring nature for animals around me as well as for others.

L4-commitment to and perseverance,

Commitment towards completing all tracks, I especially wanted to do every single activity that the camp provided with commitment and perseverance. And motivate others to do so too with keeping a positive attitude even though I was tired to the core. 

L2 Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken in developing new skills

Learning rock climbing contained a lot of strength which I lacked to some extent and it would be hard to maintain balance, with that, adjusting in a different atmosphere was a challenge.

L7 Recognize and consider the ethics of choices and actions

While playing games I had to take care of the rules and regulations as well as how my actions affected some people as sometimes harsh playing might have hurt someone.

Learner’s profile that I portrayed during this experience was caring, risk-taker, communicator, as I did activities I feared and took risks while caving as full safety was not present. Moreover, caring for my peers around me by warning them about the coming path obstacles. Lastly, communication with everyone to know more about the culture and the places around there. Overall this experience bought my adventurous side out and learned a lot of tricks for adjusting in these environments.

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