Last Monday, (August 15, 2011) we had our Environmental Biology Field trip at three different places all around Manila, We visited The Avilon Zoo, The La Mesa Eco Park and The Myth of the Human body. We are scheduled to depart at around 6:00 in the morning because that is what’s written in our itinerary, but just like what we all expected, the bus started the engine at around 7:30 in the morning already, we were kind of left behind with our scheduled trip and we’re a little bit upset about it because we all hurriedly woke up earlier than the usual just not to be late, and yet, a couple of late students and we were all late. That’s why nobody’s taking the itinerary seriously because we always wait for those people who are effortless, and it’s kind of pissing me off just to tell you. I don’t know who to be blame. Maybe it’s the both parties, but it’s still disappointing.
We arrived at the Avilon zoo, which is our first stop at around 9:30 or 10am, The two of us has already been at that zoo for a couple of times already and seeing it again for the third time is a no easy job, though it’s nice to be back but there’s nothing new about it aside from seeing the animals I’ve seen every year again. We’re just very thankful that the sun gave us the chance to walk those kilometers without the sun’s very harmful rays. So, it’s much easier to walk around and shed those pounds off. We finished walking and visiting the zoo after 2 hours, which is already at 12NN. You could just imagine how hungry we all were after our Zoo trip. We ate our packed lunches and sharing it to everyone who wanted to taste which is a very nice part inside our Tour Bus which provide us with a minimal space to eat, but it’s all good to both the two of us.
After some more minutes, we proceed to our next destination which is at the La Mesa Eco Park, Megu had already been there when she was in High school to plant trees, but this time, it’s my first time to visit, so I am quite expectant to what I’ll...
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