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Sunday, June 16, 2013

Revelatory Vacation at Home




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What is summer? It is a season where every one gets a vacation and travels away from home. But for me, it is a "two-months" rest at home, recovering from the intense drama of the last days of school and the time of requitals of parents who wants to bother their child by doing tons of household chores and unnecessary tasks. What did I do last summer?

During summer, I forced myself to become productive. On April 1, it is when we were allowed to acquire our report cards and enrollment forms. On that same day, it is also the birthday of our friend, Isabelle. I felt happiness and at the same time, I was crazy. I was able to ride the actual back ride and I consider it as the silliest thing I had ever done. Few days later, we welcomed by our adviser in her home and I went home afterwards while my classmates went to see the renovated Rainforest Park.


Baguio City : Fun and Horror in the City of Pines


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A city situated on top of vast and glorious mountain constantly kissed by the clouds, Baguio City is known for its cool climate and picturesque sceneries. Baguio is certainly one of the greatest places to escape the summer heat of Manila. It is a very relieving and relaxing escape from the intense tropical weather in the Philippines.

People herd the streets of Baguio City and its famous tourist attractions. Contrary to the beliefs of most people, Baguio City can offer more than a horseback ride or a rowing trip on Burnham Lake.

However, not many people see Baguio in the same light because it has been stereotyped by advertisements which really are unaware of the city’s true majesty.


A Summer Well Spent: Swimming, Music, Friends, and Whatnot



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Last summer, I gained a valuable skill. But not just any kind of skill, instead, a life saving one.

After years of not knowing how to swim, I finally agreed with my parents' idea of me attending swimming lessons with my older sister. At first, to lessen my fear of drowning, I asked the other students about their experiences. Most of them told me that it wasn't that bad and that it was actually really fun.

The coaches taught me the basics, then after a few days, they made me jump off the diving board into the part of the pool which was 15-feet deep. I felt my heart beating faster and faster, but I decided to jump and test my luck. Haha! After jumping, I realized that it wasn't that scary and that it was all in my head.


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