During my Primary 6 Camp, I had the opportunity to attempt rock climbing. I had long dreamt of climbing to the top of a rock wall, but it was easier said than done, as I soon found out. In the beginning, I breezed past the first ten metres. However, the higher I went, the more exhausted I began to feel. Fatigue overtook me as I struggled to carry on. My legs and arms ached from the stress of my body weight. I did feel like giving up at times when the fatigue was too much to bear. Furthermore, I was afraid of heights, which made me all the more panicky to be so far away from level ground. However, I still managed to climb up the wall, inch-by-inch, step-by-step. My classmates down below also shouted words of encouragement and cheered me on. After what seemed like eternity, I could finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. I had almost reached the top of the wall! It was within arm’s reach as I used my last strength of energy to boost myself up. And I did it! I had actually managed to climb up the rock wall! In the end, I was able to turn my long-held dream of climbing to the top of a rock wall into a reality.
Done By: Yong E-Shean