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Introduction:
Last Thursday, September 16 of the current year, we the student of the Dalubhasaan ng Lunsod ng San Pablo(DLSP) had our “Educational Trip” to Subic, Olongapo. Aside from the Ocean Adventure at Subic, Olongapo, we also went to Nayong Pilipino at Clack, Pampanga and in Barasoain Church and Museum at Malolos Bulacan. The aim of this educational trip is to broaden the knowledge of students in the different fields of learning. Here is a brief discussion of what the trip was all about.

Below is a brief discussion about the said trip:

Buses were hired from Solomon Travel and Tours for the means of transportation. Collection of wavers, signing of attendance and planning of seats were done before the driver run the bus. We departed at 4:00 A.M. A few hours later, were already at Barasoain Church and Museum. We were able to tour and take picture around. We enjoyed and had fun.

Field Observation:
Built in 1630, during the Spanish era, Barasoain church played a major part in the Philippine political history. It is one of the Philippine’s pride. Other photos taken inside the church:

A short film about the history of our country was watched.

Convening of the First Philippine congress, Drafting of the Malolos Constitution and the Inauguration of the First Philippine Republic are some examples. After watching, the tour was resumed. I see the happiness of everyone with their smile.

Trivia: The term Barasoain was derived from the Filipino word “baras ng suwail” which means “dungeon of the defiant”. This church was featured at the back of the old ten peso bill.

After this tour at Barasoain Church and Museum, we traveled going to Nayong Pilipino for two hours. We were reminded about the things that need respect and a brief background before the tour. Nayong Pilippino is a cultural time machine for the Philippines were we can find a unique Filipino village and a representation of a miniature version of the diverse Philippine and its...