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Posted by on in From the Rover Section

Ilaria Zammit, who has just joined the Rover Crew, shares her experience of her first activity with our Crew.

As we drove to Mistra, the shining shimmering sun was the perfect ingredient for a 24-hour Rover Night Camp. Excitement built on as we made our way to the area Pierre found for us to camp in. The tents started being pitched as the sun started setting across the horizon. We all made ourselves comfortable whilst setting the respective environment while sharing stories and jokes. Laughter filled the air, as we were ready to release any tension built up during the week. Gabriel, Joanna, Pierre, Luke, Liam, Andrew, George, Simon, Albert and myself were in for a great night spent by the fire. The silence in the air was beaten by laughter and the smell of tasty food – from pasta to burgers and sausages to chicken curry with Maltese sausage. Conversations were shared as we got to know different sides of each other I didn’t know, as a newbie to the group. Going to sleep should have been the best part, but I ended up with front row tickets to the Opera of Snoring. Different pitches of snoring, high and low, were performed to kill the silence given during the night. 

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Posted by on in From the Rover Section

This activity was held between the 3rd and 4t of January.

The morning haze was thinning out as I ran down the street. I rounded the corner and burst through H.Q’s doors. "EJJA!! Wasalt f’lahhar? “Sorry I’m late guys.Coffee?”So, after a hasty brew, we crammed into the cars (C.S.V: Cyclist support Vehicle) & (C.T.V: Cyclist Transport Vehicle ) and headed for Gozo, to start the bike hike that had been planned for us by Emanuel Lewis and Matthew Zammit (Meli). Everything had been sorted out by the two of them, a few weeks previously and I must point out that they put in a lot of effort.

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Posted by on in From the Rover Section

Normally Summer Camp would be quite a busy time for the Rover Crew as many of its members would be busy with their respective sections. As a result the Crew does not often have an activity of its own – let alone an overnight one. Having said that, the recent inclusion of a number of new members has meant that there would be more Rovers able to participate in a given activity and therefore we duly obliged by organising an overnight hike.

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Posted by on in From the Rover Section

On Sunday 23rd March, the SAC Rover Crew rose bright and early, met at their headquarters in Birkirkara at 08.30 and had some coffee. A necessary step, as the final destination was the bay of Fomm Ir- Rih, one of the best preserved beauty spots on our island, that was unfortunately full of rubbish.

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