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Kincaid - Answered a Question by smith (21 Aug 08 14:56)

My thirteen year old boy really enjoyed the teen club, as he was the youngest, it was a thrill for him to be hanging around older teens. He enjoyed meeting people from different countries and the leaders were great. He did get a bit bored sometimes so he just went back to his cabin to watch a movie, or played cards with us. He is not big in to participating in games unfortunately but if your kids are, there is loads of touraments. There was different video games and the Wii in the teen club, table tennis etc, he went to all the shows, but he preferred comic city, he watches too much american tv, so he was able to understand their jokes unlike a lot of europeans. Unfortunately, as one of your children is 10, they will be in different clubs, they are extremely strict regarding the age criterior. We did notice a few kids participate in the shows and they were brillant. So it is up to the children really, if they pariticipate in all that is going on, they'll have a great time. Out kids loved it, they met loads of great friends. If they are shy, someone suggested that they dont join the club in the first couple of days, better to wait until it settles as it can be a bit crazy in the first day but it soon settles. Best of luck, hope you all have a great time.

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