The Hospitality industry is known to be one of the largest career in the world and I was drawn to see the Cruise Line industry in Super Star Virgo for myself which it is related to my course. Meeting some student from the first batch that join in that immersion in Super Star Virgo helped me make up my mind about Joining this Immersion program, as they was very informative, sharing new knowledge and experiencing the atmosphere on board the ship.
And the day comes, on April 14, 2012 we individually check in at NAIA Centennial 2 for flight to Singapore. at 9:40am we arrive in Singapore, we had been meet and greet by tour guide. After we meet our tour guide the only thing that comes up in my mind is time and cooperation! Time and cooperation is so much important by this immersion Program Because it is so limited, and goes by so quickly. You cannot slow it down, but you can live each moment, appreciate it and savor it...you can make sure you don't squander it or waste it. That is the best you can do. The worst you can do is pay no attention to it..because when it's gone, it's gone!
Experiencing new knowledge is so challenging and interesting. April 15, 2012, we individually check-in in harbour front centre for embarkation. we must be holding our passport and cruise ticket and informing their staff that we are doing individual check-in. we pass in immigration, presenting the passport, also the cabin key card. the embarkation officer get our passport, it is kept by the ships embarkation team, as the ship will go to Penang, Malaysia and Phuket , Thailand. they will be the one to process the clearance in the immigration for each port of call in behalf of the passengers. After Boarding time, we participate in the sail Away Party with Cruise Staffs, on that moment as I observed most of the Cruise Staff are Filipino and experiencing the drill in the ship.
We had been brief by training department, welcoming and discussing our program also introducing...
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