I Traveled to Bulacan

A Historical Tour of Bulacan – At Least Part of it

A Historical Tour of Bulacan – At Least Part of it

One of the best things about being a Tourism student is that you’re required to travel. The sad fact about being on tour with about 50 other people is that you don’t get to control the itinerary that you’re going to. If I had a choice, I’d go all over Bulacan and visit all its churches in one day, because I know that it would be possible. However, since I am on tour, which is the easiest way to convince my parents that I’m going out, I had little choice. Our Bulacan tour was a little short. We left school very late, around 8am I think when we were scheduled to leave around 6am. Thus, our whole itinerary moved and all we could visit were the following: Divine Mercy National Shrine The first place we went to was the Divine Mercy National Shrine. I actually didn’t know we were going here because the itinerary didn’t include this place. In fact, I thought we were in the “Paoay Church” as it said in the itinerary. So thus, after realizing I was way out of my geography, I had to find out what church we had gone to after the tour (I forgot to ask the tour guide). The Divine Mercy National Shrine is located in Marilao, in a very isolated place

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