I took the CWTS offered by the Asian Institute of Tourism (AIT). Second year summer, six units kaagad kaya okay.
Our first (and only) class meeting was held at the Quezon City Hall, Tourism Department. The class was divided into four groups, corresponding to the four districts of Quezon City. Each group was assigned to list down, describe and analyze the history of the numerous festivities being held at their assigned district. Basically, we went to the barangay halls and churches and interviewed key personnel. Final (and only) output was our research papers submitted to the department.
We got District 2, which includes 31 barangays including Payatas. Akala ng mga classmates ko (na mga laking probinsya) na pupunta talaga kami sa Payatas Dumpsite. XD Buti na lang yung Barangay Hall ng Payatas ay malayo sa dumpsite pero naaamoy pa rin.
Pero ang pinaka-epic ay Batasan Hills. May malaking (as in MALAKING) topless pic ang barangay captain sa barangay hall. Medyo rampant ang crimes kasi sa Batasan Hills kaya dapat tigasin si Captain. XD