How I gave my First Briefing to the Trekkers

So as part of the Green trails fellowship ( https://thedelhigirlexplores.wordpress.com/2018/12/01/summer-after-graduation/ )

One of my responsibilities was to brief the trekkers about the initiative and what we expect them to do on the trail. While doing this, we show them, an eco bag. The eco bags are basically small fanny packs that go around your waist, and as you climb you could pick it. As Arjun Majumdar, the Founder of Indiahikes said, “it creates a vacuum effect and keeps the mountain clean.”

My first briefing was on 28 May 2018. I was enthusiastic. And it’s not an understatement how enthusiastic I was.

I legit forgot to introduce the main element in our Green Trail initiative. The Eco bag. 

Now since I realised I told them about an eco bag without actually introducing it hence I turned behind to my other Green Trail fellow Leo. Without hesitating, he stepped forward, introduced himself, when he got interrupted by one of the trekkers. 

The trekker told him to let me speak. They insisted I step in centre, they applauded again and I finished my mini-speech. 🙂

This was a rather embarrassing post to put up on my blog. The reason I did so was that Neil Gaiman knows what he is talking about!!!


“The moment that you feel that, just possibly, you’re walking down the street naked, exposing too much of your heart and your mind and what exists on the inside, showing too much of yourself. That’s the moment you may be starting to get it right.”

Published by thedelhigirlexplores

“I rather be in the mountains thinking of god than in church thinking about the mountains.” -John Muir

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