TRAVEL TO MANILA FOR TESOL TRAINING

As a person who came from province, Manila (capital of the Philippines) is a crowded place for me, it also offers complex life and need to be smarter to think of my own actions. With my six months stayed, I enjoyed riding bus every Sunday just to go to the training school, where I enrolled myself for TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). If you want to be more qualified to teach ESL of EFL, you can take this course to be certified.

I attended this course in Englishtech language training center in Quezon City, Philippines, which is near Farmers mall. It was very fruitful investment I should say when I joined this class,although a little bit pricey, but it was worth it. I had great teacher, easy to deal with my co-trainees, since they are all professionals. Aside from the different activities and teaching methods that I have learned, having different Nationalities and Cultures inside the room completed the ingredients of having a profitable and perfect vacation.

Time and penny was not enough for me to roam around Manila, however with the short period of time I had, I enjoyed riding roller coaster and other tricks in Star City, it may sounds like kid but sure I had fun. I also had the chance to visit the coldest part of the Philippines during summer (Baguio City) I can’t remember how many hours of travel was that from Manila, because I enjoyed the stunning view where we passed by, beside we stopped  in Subic  which is famous for jet skiing in Philippines to let our driver rest too.

I felt that I gain more than I spent, because of the experience that I had. Spending money would always be present, but let us spent it properly and be productive.

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