Last year I decided to go on a vacation to Hawaii. As an unwary traveller, I packed my suitcase and went earlier that I had to be at the airport so I had a lot of time to kill. Sadly my flight was delayed and all my plans to do in Hawaii when I arrive got cancelled. It was a long-haul flight so it took a lot of time. The flight attendants were very kind and they offered me an in-flight meal. I didn’t expect much since I was travelling with economy class but it was delicious. Sadly, the landing was bumpy but everything was okay. When I got there I felt overexcited. There I took a taxi and went to a quaint village. Sadly, I forgot to book a hotel room to stay but I found a low-cost hostel with a beautiful panoramic view. Everything was impeccable but after two amazing weeks, I had to go back home. In conclusion, I believe that I had the time of my life and I would do it again and again.
Last month I moved to a far-flung location to work provisional as a teacher at the local school. When I arrived I saw a very impoverished town, but the friendly people there made me feel comfortable by running to come and hug and meet me. Days went by and almost everyday I’ve had been learning things about their ideology , such as that they’re secular or that they believe in a philosophical theory that everything should be judged in relation to other things called relativism. But the most sovereign is that when I first went to the classroom all the kida of different ages were so kind to me. Also they were very receptive, nimble and trying their best to learn some knowledge. In the end of my first day as a teacher there, the kids told me that I’m the best teacher they ever had and they don’t wanna leave. So to sum up I believe that we all must give opportunities even in the most impoverished people because most of the times they have a heart made of gold.