So last Monday, I was forced to go to school because we have to do this credit evaluation for graduating students. YAY for my Senior year! ^.^ I wasn’t really planning on going anywhere else until my classmates invited me to visit Galeon Andalucia, which is a replica of the 17th century Spanish galleon. I admit, I was expecting to see a real one but that is quite silly of me because all those woods would have been rotten by now, wouldn’t they? Hehe. It wasn’t as big as I expected but it was well worth it especially since it’s free! ~_^
It took us an hour or so to roam around the boat and took pictures of every corner and place we encounter. 😀 One of the things that I saw around was that little statue of Sr. Sto. Nino in the living room, which reminded me a bit of history of the Philippines during Spanish time since they were the ones who brought Christianity here, if my memory serves right. LOL.
This is us with one of the crews. I asked him to have a picture with us in our native language and he seemed to ignore me. It was then that I realized he’s a Spaniard. Haha.
And just for the LOL, I asked my friend to take a picture of this boat and the cannon as if we’re going to shoot the peaceful boat. Haha. They even took pictures with people’s butts on the sight. HAHAHA.
If you guys are wondering why I’m posting pictures when I usually don’t, it’s that I find it quite boring to place pure text on my blog and I’ve finally found a way to center pictures without ruining my valid XHTML coding. 😀
It’s sembreak for us here and I’m quite enjoying it so far. After all those projects, exams, deadly deadlines, tired eyes and almost sleepless nights, I truly deserve a break. 😀 We even had a party in one of our subjects, which is really fun! No one got wasted because we weren’t drinking alcohol or whatnot, but they all behaved like drunkards. It was really fun getting along with everyone and just be crazy. ^_^
I bet you can’t find me with all the mess of my classmates’ faces here. 😛 If you still can, then kudos to you. ~_^ That guy with the only beard is our awesome SRM teacher. Seeing everyone happy paints a smile on my face. What a great way to end the semester! It makes me look forward to my last semester in College. Hey, Software Engineering II, I’m coming!
This is probably one of the longest posts I’ve made. Oops. :S Hehe.