Narrative Report ni maica
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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From our bus going to Kawa-Kawa…..We were so excited at the bus, waiting for our arrival in Kawa-Kawa. I was curious aboutKawa-Kawa. I haven’t visit there before. We arrived at the Kawa-Kawa. I I saw the MayonVolcano. It was beautiful. Then we enter Kawa-Kawa. I was tired easily because the way isgetting more higher and higher.Kawa-Kawa was beautiful. It has the 14 stations of thecross. Many statues of Jesus were seen.We took some pictures with it. It was very tiring walking to go to other stations. After ourpicture taking, I felt sweats all over me. It was very hot, really. We went back to our Bus.Then, left Kawa-Kawa. But I bought some souvenirs like bracelet and necklace.The importance of this place is we are remembering Jesus’ sufferings for the people. Weremember how He loved us through His death. We are thankful to our Lord who saves usthrough remembering His sufferings.
We were on our way to Hoyop-Hoyopan Cave. I was excited because I haven’t been therealso. I don’t know what cave looks like inside of it, that made me curious. I was happybecause it was my first time to see a cave. I was imagining about it.When we arrived, Again we took some pictures. I was picturing the stalactites. Beautiful,because it has statues formed on it. I was amazed. They said we just have to imagine.This place is important. Because of this animals can have a shelter like bats. Animals orpeople can make this as their shelter.
I’m so tired because of the past places we have visited. They said we are going to havelunch here. I was so hungry and tired. I just took my lunch on the grass with my friendsLynette, Suzette ,Kathy , Eullyn and Rochelle from other grade level. After that we decidedto take a ride on a boat. It was fun.I saw some animals. Many animals were there. I enjoyed seeing some animals. Of course alittle picture taking for a souvenir then we left for our next trip.Wildlife is important. They take care of animals. They feed them give them a little shelter.They share their animals with people for them to see, learn about animals’ habitat andothers.