On one of our travels in going home to the province, we are able to encounter the Sunday bikers. This is a group of big motorbike riders. We are able to encounter them from Davao until Bansalan national highway road. From the looks of their bikes and their group, I could assume that they are from the upper class of the society. Aside from having convoys with siren, the group also have a separate rescue vehicle. Wow, what a luxury past time it had been amidst the high prices of fuel right now. With the big engines of their motorbikes, I couldn’t imagine how many liters of fuel it could consume for the long distance they have travelled. I am sure a single rider would spend thousands for that trip and as a group they would spend hundreds of thousand or it might even reach million. Just imagine how expensive it is for a past time and how many lives would be affected if the money was spent for a noble cause. Well, who am I to criticize because in the first place it is their money to spend.
I am officially not enrolled for the second semester in my MBA class. Our request to open first semester subjects was not granted by the registrar. This means that I have a lot of free Saturdays wherein I could leisurely stroll wherever I wanted to go. I would still have to follow up my grades in my academic writing subject where writing research papers had been the final output. I am anxiously waiting for the result of it because I am not confident with the output I submitted. Since I have no class every Saturday, I do not have to worry any academic reports, assignments and other requirements. My Saturday schedule is very much available for any trips or outings with friends and family. There had been a lot of rejection of invites before because of the conflict of schedule with my MBA class. Now that I am free from academic activities, this Saturday’s planned schedule to have a road trip to the southern part of the Philippines. I was never been there before and