Saturday, March 1, 2014

A Memorable Field Trip for 2014

(c) Bianca Gomez

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Last February 20, 2014 we had our field trip. I was so excited that I woke up 3:45 AM. My mom helped me in fixing my things that I’ll bring. I arrived at PCSHS 5:00 AM. I was happy and excited when I saw my classmates waiting for my other classmates and for our bus.

Everyone’s excited for the field trip! When we were on the bus, there’s a little misunderstanding about the seats but we managed to solve it. My seatmates in the bus were Kiara and Mitszi. While we were on the way to our first destination, our tour guide, Kuya Monty, held some games for us and it was fun!

Our first destination was The Museum Manila located at Pasay City. I learned many things at this museum. We saw many artifacts from the different ancient civilizations. My favorite artifacts were the Jackal and the replica of the Great Wall of China. The artifacts were really good! You should visit this museum!

Our second destination was the Aguinaldo Shrine located at Kawit, Cavite; this is where the Independence of the Philippines was declared on June 12, 1898. The house was so big. The car of Emilio Aguinaldo was kept in really good shape, like it was never even used before.

I was amazed with the secret passages of the house. It was cool! The rooms were good. I was also amazed with the map of the Philippines at the top of the dining hall or a meeting place (I’m not sure). It was beautiful.

We also saw the things that Emilio Aguinaldo used before like shoes, clothing, and etc. I was also amazed with the pool. All I can say was the house was so beautiful and it was all well-planned!

Emilio Aguinaldo's Car

Our last destination was the Enchanted Kingdom located at Laguna. Our first ride was the ‘Anchor’s Away’. Waiting in line for this ride took too long, but in the end it was worth it. After the ride, my knees were trembling and I was completely out of breath. It was a great way to start! Our second ride was the ‘Flying Fiesta’. The ride was cool; although I was nervous, it’s like were flying! And our last ride was the ‘Bouncing Boulderville’ (a mini version of Enchanted Kingdom’s EKstreme). This is the ride where we enjoyed the most! After we ride the Bouncing Boulderville, we went back to our bus. We took some photos and talked about the rides we rode. It was fun!

(c) Bianca Gomez & Shanthy Garcia

That day was memorable for me because I had so much fun! Thanks for my friends who made my day. And thanks for all the people who made that day so much fun!

Contributed by Fervi Mae C. Cano

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1 comment:

  1. Aww! I'm really happy that you were contented being with us during the whole duration of our fieldtrip! It wasn't really that memorable since we went there before but for you its your first time. I hope we did a good job touring you around, although the line was really long and annoying. Great article!


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