A Worthy Experience
Awesome, full of joy, and unforgettable are words to describe on that field trip last Saturday, August 18, 2012 at Naga City, Camarines Sur. It was not my first time to go there, besides I’m from Camarines Sur. I’ve been there since I was a child. During my elementary and secondary years, we also had educational tour or field trip there and visited those places exactly where we had our stops. It’s just, it made different because I went there with my new friends and classmates and besides, it was not beautiful as now. Aside from what we had learned about historical events, we developed camaraderie between us – students. We also developed good rapport and relationship among us.
When we were travelling, there were 2 persons namely Kuya Law and Ate Shie, an OJT, who guided us in our tour. They discussed to us all about Bicol Region, which was one of the reasons why we did not feel any boredom. The most interesting part of their discussions for me is that the wishing bridge in Guinobatan which I heard for the first time. They said that we must not breathe when passing the bridge so that our wishes would come true. And yes! I did what they say, but unfortunately, I did not make a wish. (HAHAHAHAHHA) I forgot to. Another reason why I did not feel boring is that, we played Pinoy Henyo inside the bus and had our “banat” to have fun. It’s three and a half hour trip to travel going Legazpi to UNC, Naga – first destination.
University of Nueva Caceres (UNC) is one of the biggest universities in Camarines Sur. We went there because of their museum. I saw different pictures and portraits hanged in the wall. The materials used in Ancient Period were also found there like jars, samurai, and different costumes in Thailand, Japanese, Chinese, etc.
Our second destination is Holy Minor Seminary. It is located right beside Naga Cathedral. Museum there was not big as UNC Museum. I saw the materials used during Yuan/Sung, Ming, Ching Dynasty, Anamnese...
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