field trip to the south

Late post:

Had a field trip in our Hist15 class –> wow, field trip; so gradeschool.hehe

Everything went fine actually. It didn’t rain so there wasn’t any problem with the weather. We were able to go to the planned places. I even got to mingle and talk to my classmates whom I just knew by face. It’s nice in some way I was able to bond with them. We even had a little spree inside the bus, with the teacher included. hehe.

One thing I would have loved to do but didn't was take a dip in the waters of Boljoon. I didn't bring any extra clothes. Les I want to be exposed to my classmates and forever hide beneath a paper bag whenever I go to our class because of total humiliation for being a resident kuya but not acting like one, I'd rather be wet with sweat. I was even looking for a store that sold ukay2x shorts and it even crossed my mind that I'd steal borrow one of the clothes that were hung dry in the nearby houses just so I could jump to the sea. However time didn't permit and I had to just sleep it all in the bus. So much for having been a boyscout. Anyway, I want to go back to Argao one of these days.

December 08, 2009.
Carcar, Argao, Dalaguete, Boljoon



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church in Carcar

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inside, and the Carcar Museum.


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church, and i forgot what this is

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well, and chapel

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love their park!

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very green and has that historical feel.

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nice, would like to visit here again

tree of hearts


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just took a picture cause we were really hungry, we didn't visit any place as much


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I wanted to take a dip in the water; but I didn't have any extra clothes with me, bummer.

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last stop

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1 thought on “field trip to the south”

  1. the one picture beside the church of argao is their municipal hall. i was their last May 5, 2011 for the turn over of textbook donated by the wife of our late Pres. Sec Mrs. Marit Seinus Remunde.


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