Charles got out of the cab and looked around in awe: the landscape was awe-inspiring. He moved to the back of the vehicle and opened the trunk, taking his luggage out. He made sure he had everything, checking for his camera, his journal, his books, and when he was sure he had all of his belongings, he paid the cab-driver the money he owed and closed the trunk. The cab drove off quickly. Charles had gotten to the nearest city to the camp by train and he chartered the cab to take him the rest of the way, like he and his parents had planned. His parents were just as excited as he had been, they all thought it'd be a good experience.
Charles looked around, smiling with excitement and anticipation as he walked towards the Activities Center, aided by signs which pointed the way. ~This'll be an excellent adventure!~ He thought to himself as he slowly moved forward, making sure to take everything in. As he reached the Activities Center, he opened the door and was greeted by the receptionist, she told him where his cabin, cabin three, was, and gave him the key.
As Charles walked towards his cabin, he noticed the a few other cabins until he found his and unlocked the door. As he entered, he was somewhat surprised to find it empty. The cabins had three people assigned to each, but despite his assumption that his inefficient form of transit had caused him to be late, he found himself alone. He set himself up with the bed and dresser closest to the window, so as to be able to see the scenery. Charles reached for his phone to call his mom; she wasn't there, so he left a message, "Hi, mama, it's me Charlie. Just want to tell you that I've arrived safely and am loving the atmosphere. Talk to you later." Once he was finished unpacking, Charles took out his copy of Pride and Prejudice and went to the living area. He sat down upon the sofa and began to read.