The dinner and tha camp diary around the bonfire
At the sunset, boys and girls run away to make themselves beautiful for the evening that awaits them. Queuing for the shower and, off, putting body creams, perfume and gels in your hair. Then the troubled choice of the less wrinkled dress, pulled out of the suitcase or backpack. Outside waiting for them, the garden with rows of lights and music to listen to in the background and to dance while waiting for dinner.
It is often cooked outside, on the grill or in the wood oven. And dinner is also a moment of intense sharing and conviviality. We laugh, we joke, we talk about the topical moments of the day just passed ... all supported by the delights that make the palate rejoice even the most demanding!
The dinner ritual is always followed by another, inevitable and unmissable: the reading of the field diary around a magnetic bonfire. Children can write sentences, thoughts, reflections, secrets and read them in complete anonymity, thus creating another significant moment of relationship, knowledge and exchange. It often happens that this is the moment when emotions come to the surface and between loud laughter and sudden tears it always ends in a strong and heartening collective hug!