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Report of our Trip The most enjoyable and awaited day in the whole school academic year is the day of the trip. A trip is a well organized program in which our bosom friends, relatives and teachers go on a long journey for enjoyment and fun. It is one of the most memorable day in the whole year. As every school plans for a trip our school, that is, ‘Alphonsa School’ also planned a trip this year to South India. IT included the places, Bangalore, Mysore and Ooty. It was a five day trip! Five days with friends !! We were excited by just imagining. The days past like running water and long awaited day dawned at last. It was 21st of January and we were told to come on the platform at 12:30 am . The train was at 12:45 pm. We all reached there and soon the train arrived. We were given our Boggie ns. And Berth nos.. We boarded the train and kept our luggage on our particular seats. We were compelled by our parents to listen to their instructions. Who on earth will like to listen to the instructions of our parents in the atmosphere of enjoyment. Soon the train started. We all said the saying, ”Ganpati Bappa Morya! Mangal Murti Morya !” Our train’s name was ‘Haripriya Express’. In the train we played cards, chess and also danced. I was astonished to see that teachers were also dancing. They were far more energetic than us! We reached Dharwad at 9:45 pm and boarded another train to Mysore. In Haripriya Express, we were given snacks of AEPY Bakery. The snacks were delicious! In Dharwad train we had dinner and slept soundly as we had to get up 5:30 am tomorrow. We woke up and got ready. We reached Mysore at 7:00 am. Nine mini buses were waiting for us. We got into them and had breakfast. We had a guide who was well-versed in English. He explained us our journey and we set off to Ooty. On the way we came across to sanctuaries. We saw deer and lot of elephants. Ooty’s…...

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