This is some story about Dusun Eco Resort that I remember my classmate shared with me back when we were in Form 5. Til today, what she experienced at Dusun Eco Resort still remains a mystery. Here’s a short story of what happened that very night…
You know how prefects are at school, right? Every year when we recruit new ones, we make sure that we have some team building activities just to get to know each other. This year was something different. Due to the additional budget our school has, they brought us to this recreational forest known as Dusun Eco Resort, located at Pahang, Malaysia. Well, it was all fun but something happened one night that still leaves me puzzled.
One of the activities that day includes waking up really early in the morning to jungle trekking. Of course, our teachers did advise everyone to bring their own torch light because it gets very dark but who knows that they would be that crazy?!
It was about 3am in the morning, still very dark when we were woken up by the teachers and asked to go jungle trekking. Little did we know, they had something planned up their sleves. Some sort of game that’s suppose to bring trust and unity amongst us. After trekking for sometime, slowly, one by one of us were left behind. The plan was supposedly that each one would have to stay a distance between another. I’m not too sure how far because we could not see each other and were not allowed to switch on the torch lights or talk or scream for anyone at all! I was left alone like forever because I felt helpless and that was when it happened.
You know the old belief of not calling your friend’s name when you are in a jungle? Well, that was what exactly happened. Everyone in the team including the teachers already had some sort of code name but one of my friend had to call my name accidently. He profusely apologized but I guess that since the damage has been done it was no use getting angry over nothing.
While sitting alone on the rock, I hear someone calling my name. Initially, I thought it was that friend again but then again, the calling became persistent. At first it was a soft whisper, then it became louder. I wanted to answer but decided against it, the voice seemed so unfamiliar. I was warned before hand in a briefing by our teachers that we would not answer to anyone’s calling of our own names.
After a while, the calling stopped and my teacher came and pick me up. I found out the two people that were supposedly sitting beside me some meters away and asked why they called me and they insisted that they did not. Til today, I still don’t know who called me and I believed them because the voice was somewhat unfamiliar whereas my two friend’s voice was nothing like that.
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