Zdrojowa 93, Jaworze k. Bielska-Białej


W obecnej sytuacji wielu z nas myśląc o wakacjach, zastanawia się nad ewentualnym wyjazdem pod namiot, z przyczepą czy kamperem.

Dlaczego? Zew przygody, coś innego, bliski kontakt z naturą, ale także bezpieczeństwo i niezależność.

W tym blogu słownictwo przydatne podczas takich wyjazdów i kilka korzyści... Może warto spróbować...?


Basic vocabulary:

  • a tent (namiot)

  • a sleeping bag (śpiwór)

  • a first aid kit (apteczka)

  • a box of matches (zapałki)

  • an ax (siekiera)

  • a knife (nóż)

  • a rope (lina)

  • a penknife (scyzoryk)

  • a torch / a flashlight (latarka)

  • a backpack (plecak)

  • a burner (kuchenka)

  • a canoe (kajak)

  • fishing gear (sprzęt wędkarski)

  • binoculars (lornetka)                  

                                                        Why is camping good for you?

Camping has a great number of benefits for everyone old and young that you and your family can enjoy while spending time in the great outdoors:

  • Stress reduction: When you’re camping, there’s no place to be at a certain time, and there’s nothing interrupting you or competing for your attention.

  • Fresh air:You can smell the air,the dinner cooking over an open fire, the grass, the flowers and trees around you.

  • Relationship building:One of the best and most important aspects of camping is how it helps you build and strengthen relationships. When you go camping with friends or family, you get a chance to talk without any distractions, even late at night.

  • Physical fitness:Time spent camping is physical time. You set up a tent, gather firewood, go for a hike, swim in the lake, try canoeing in the river.

  • Lack of alarm clocks:When was the last time you slept late without an alarm clock to wake you up? When you’re camping, the only alarm clocks you have are the sun and the tweeting birds.

  • Unplugging:Camping is a great chance for everyone to unplug and get away from their screens. In the great outdoors, you don’t find computers, tablets or televisions.

  • Great food:Food just tastes better when prepared in the outdoors. There’s something magic about cooking food over a campfire or campsite grill!

  • Close to nature:When you’re camping, you get a chance to get in touch with nature, wildlife and see the stars away from the bright lights of the big city.

  • Development of new skills:You can’t help but develop new skills while camping. You may learn how to set up tents, tie knots, start fires, cook a new meal and more. These skills are important to have, and yet we don’t often get a chance to develop them at home.

  • Educational opportunities:For kids, time spent camping is time spent learning. New skills like fishing, cooking, hiking, tying knots, fire-starting, safety, first aid and much more.

  • Growth of confidence:It’s important for children to gradually become more independent and confident. Children become more confident as they learn new things and have first-time experiences.

  • Family connections:Camping is beneficial for children and their families because it can help strengthen bonds between family members — brothers and sisters, parents and children. You will all return home feeling much stronger as a team!