Lodging

Waldemar has an eclectic mix of architecture, with Adirondack and European influences. Each kampong, a South Sea Island word for "house on stilts," is the home for six to eight campers and one counselor who serves as the "mother" to the group. Our stone Kampongs are built on a hillside overlooking the Guadalupe River.
 



Each kampong features a private bathroom decorated with Spanish tile mosaics and Saltillo tile floors, a bedroom with four bunk beds, air-conditioning, and a front porch or courtyard connecting other kampongs together. Every girl is awarded points daily for keeping her clothes and belongings in order as well as sharing in the other housekeeping duties.


 

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