The Kampo Trexo escapade last Saturday was a fun-filled experience. It made me feel better and more relaxed after a week of exams, paperworks and school activities. It indeed, deviated my body and soul from extreme academic pressure. My mind was refreshed and my heart was filled with joy.
There were actually a lot of things that I learned from the field trip. Personally, I was able to explore more about my capabilities as a person. On the first activity which was the river trekking, I felt really excited on what things I would be able to see. My hopes were not frustrated. I was able to see the beautiful formations of the river cliff as well as the water running gently through the small rocks. My body parts were exercised and my vision was filled with beautiful sceneries that I could only often see when I’m in Bicol. With this, I realized that there’s really no other place like home. I suddenly missed my hometown which is somewhat similar to the place we went into.
The second activity which was the obstacle course was able to give me a taste of something new. I felt overcoming those obstacles as if those were my problems in reality. It was a military-like obstacle course which I find challenging somehow. The third one was the group games which I can say as a real challenge for competitiveness. It was so nice winning all those games. In fact, we were joking the losing group as manifesting “Cut-off Reflected Failure.” The games made me remember my childhood memories of playing those games with my childhood friends. I really find it gratifying when I take a glimpse of the past.
Then the lunch break took over. I felt tired already and yet I was excited with the next things to happen. Orienteering was the next. In this activity, I learned the proper use of the compass. I learned how to manipulate such device with my classmates. If I could relate the activity with the reality, I think it’s “searching for the right direction of my goal in life” just like what we...
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