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ESL Camp Update

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 5, 2015 7:28:29 AM

The students have been enjoying themselves during the ESL summer school. We have been extremely lucky with the weather. Everywhere we go, the people keep complimenting the students for how mature and respectful they are. The tour guide at the Citadel said we are the best group he has ever had. This past week we went to Halifax to stroll the waterfront, take a tour of Halifax on the Harbour Hopper and visit the Citadel. Students got to sample beaver tails and poutine. Next we spent a day relaxing by the Atlantic Ocean on Risser’s Beach. Yesterday, we drove to the Look-Off to enjoy the amazing view of the Annapolis Valley, before heading to Oak Lawn Farm Zoo.













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