Since I am a high school student, somebody might say I have my entire life ahead of me, with all of its beautiful experiences.But despite being so young, I already have a personal breathtaking experience, which I am sure I will carry with me until my last days: my first hike to the mountains.A true friend is one who never deserts you and is your inseparable companion in the time of happiness and sorrow.
Unfortunately, the weather was foggy most the time, and the higher we got into the mountains, the worse the visibility was.
Even despite this fact, I still enjoyed the hike—I felt like I was Bear Grylls, whose show I used to watch with excitement: in the wild, with food and water in my backpack, carrying a flashlight and a knife.
Though traveling is not a big deal for me today, before my trip to the mountains, I used to be a homebody.
I had friends to hang out with, several hobbies, and I felt completely comfortable spending weeks or even months in my hometown—or sometimes even on my block—without going anywhere.
The same fog was covering the surroundings, and even though I was teeming with positive emotions, I felt disappointed, because I counted on seeing the view from above and perhaps being able to take some photos.
We spent a couple of hours on the top, and decided to turn back, when the wind suddenly dispersed the clouds, and the plateau we were standing on became illuminated with the sun.
We should be very careful as there are a lot of people who can easily deceive others in order to gratify their self –interest and achieve their aims.
This person should help you move on the right path.
On the first day, we were making our way along the foothills; but the next day, we started to climb on one of the peaks.
Though it was not that steep and high, I was still excited.