Geog Camp 2014 – Reconnaissant

Last Updated on December 17, 2019 by Ran

I have to say that I really, really found this Geog Camp to be one of the most memorable events in my UP life so far.

Granted, I haven’t stayed in UP for even a year yet, hahaha, so I’m sure there will be a lot more experiences in the future, but I still don’t think I’ll ever forget this weekend. It was really nice, you know? And it’s also the first trip I’ve had with the Tour girls! I’m really quite attached to my blocmates, hahaha, so I find that another reason to memorialize this camp. šŸ˜€

Also, I learned a lot in this camp. Like I said, (and cheesy as it sounds), I think we all learned the real value of teamwork and we also got to forge new friendships, which is actually more valuable to me than anything else. šŸ˜€

All in all, I have to say that the Geog Camp is something that I’ll treasure for the rest of my years. Charot. Hahaha. Pero di nga, haha. It was a really nice experience, and although Geog 1 is “just” a GE, I don’t regret taking it. Sabi ko nga e, if only I could, I would take it again. And again and again and again!

So incoming freshies out there, don’t hesitate to take Geog 1, especially under Sir Emman Garcia. Hahaha. Geog 1 is a really fun subject, with a super fun field trip, and with a really awesome prof like him, what else can you ask for? šŸ˜€

To end this series of post, let me recite our cheer for the Red Orions.

Red Team is what? Dynamite! Red Team is what? Dynamite! Red Team is tiktiktiktiktiktiktik BOOM, DYNAMITE! <3

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