Angelica C. Mendoza BSA 1-1
Educational tour turns a day of recreation.
September 23, 2011, PUPians need to wake up early. More or less 2:00 in the morning just to come to our campus exactly on time. It is written to our waiver that 4:00 is our pick up time. Gathering my bag filled with my snacks, drinks and extra cloths, I went to my beloved school with an excited feeling. Time runs very fast. We’ve waited for our bus, Bus 1 of Accountancy, for almost 2 hours. By the way we have Prof. Jason Hermogenes in our bus. The tourist bus we are in move beyond 7:00 in the morning. Many students are a little bit disappointed because students including me treasures every minute. We don’t want to waste our time because that is an expensive tour, that it cost P1,300. Anyway, on our way to our first destination, we don’t get bored because of our tour guide, Kuya Jason, who talks a lot, more on history. Topics he gave was very interesting. Until we arrive on the museum. Honestly, I’d appreciate the museum most especially the preservation of the gold’s. I’d also realized how auspicious the Philippines for having that. After the museum, we didn’t attempt to go to the World Trade Center because of the very long line of students who wanted to go in. We the BSA, decided to went directly to Enchanted Kingdom right after the museum. There we have the bonding with my new and old classmates and friends. After that, we went home tired, not so tired, just enough to go to school the next day. Well, according to Louis L’ Amour, a writer, “it is always easier to travel than to stop. As long as one travels toward a promised land, the dream is there; to stop means to face reality.” It’s over, today that trip is just a part of past. It can only be seen through memories. Tour time is a rest day. Away from brain draining exams and bushy...
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