Teyla: It was a rite of passage among my people. No food, no water, forced to survive on our own. None of us believed we could endure it but all of us did.
Keller: I went to summer camp. There were other kids; we had cabins – with beds ... and electricity ... and food.
Teyla: I see.
Keller: I didn't even make it three days. Got homesick; called my parents to come and get me.