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this is a creative story which features a daring and life threatening adventure.

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A Daring Adventure
It was on 27th August 2015, a fine Thursday morning, when my friends and I boarded a bus to a nearby camping site. I was so excited about the trip hoping against hope that my experience would be thrilling and adventurous. We were to spend two days with our trip scheduled to wind-up on Saturday, 28th August; therefore we had carried a few personal belongings and some packed food. The journey was uneventful considering that most of us were from that locality hence there were no interesting landmarks or occurrences. I spent the better part of the journey sleeping considering that my seatmate was not good at maintaining a long conversation. After a six hours journey, we reached the camping site which apparently was next to a large game reserve. We alighted the bus and proceeded to hurriedly setup our tents before the night kicked in.
The First Night
I was very thrilled since it was my first visit to that camping site; therefore, I spent my first evening walking around the site under the light of the moon which was shining brightly. Later I joined my friends around a bonfire which we had lit earlier where we took supper and retired to sleep. The night was a little creepy with all manner of sounds from different animals emanating from the neighboring game reserve, starting from howls of wolfs all the way to trumpeting of elephants. Amidst all the scary noises, I managed to finally get some sleep though I woke up several times due to numerous nightmares that I got.
The Second Day
It was a bright Friday morning, and the bright sun rays seemed to promise us a good adventurous day. The adventure started early in the morning as we had to trace some of our lunch boxes which had been left around the bonfire and apparently we found them across the river, empty. One worker told us that they probably were taken by monkeys and he warned us never to leave anything outside especially unmanned. After that little fiasco, we resulted to preparing the breakfast after which we braced ourselves for an adventurous day in the jungle.
I proposed to the team that the best route to follow was along the river because later it would be easier to trace our way back to the camp considering the fact that we had no compasses or tour guides. The river was rocky which made it easy to cross from one side to the next when the path on either side became impassable. We walked along the river for several hours and around 12 pm everybody was exhausted, and we all decided to look for a good clearing where we would rest and take lunch. After searching for a while, we found a perfect spot, and that is where the real adventure began.
After taking lunch, we played some funny game such as truth or dare, until I crazily put across the idea of playing hide and seek … in the jungle mind you! Everyone crazily fell for my idea, but no one had the remotest idea of what was waiting for us out there. I was luckily amongst the first bunch to hide, and we left three people who would seek us after approximately five minutes, and that is how I lost contact with most of my friends. Everybody ran in different directions, and I apparently bumped into two of my friends a few miles from our initial location. There was no way our seekers could trace us and to make matters worse, there was no network reception hence making phone calls was out of the equation.
As we strolled through the jungle, we bumped into a few more friends and since we all knew the hide and seek game was over we embarked on another adventure. We decided to follow a certainly marked path which led deep into the jungle. We cowardly followed the path up to a point where we found a large recently uprooted tree and our immediate conclusion was that we were in an elephant's path. We, however, didn't cow, and consequently, we decided to push forward due to a burning urge wanting to kno...
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