Wednesday, June 27, 2007

A visit to SMRIPAS

Today, we got a surprise visit to Sekolah Menegah R.I.P.A.S. at 9.30am.
An explomaths carnival was held there.

It's a very long trip as we travelled by bus all the way to the outside of Brunei-Muara District.

As we reached the place, I heard most of my friends commenting on how weird the shape of the school is.

The roofs of the school are mostly pointed on each end. Well, I don't think it's weird but rather unique.

There are a lot of cars seen at the parking area of the school and I can see a lot of the newly-launched Vios. Rare sight huh.

We then head straight to their auditorium.

There are prefects guarding the entrance of the auditorium, though I don't know why.

But a prefect wearing a yellow sports shoe is something you don't see everyday.

As we first stepped in the hall, our teacher in charge went to register for our arrival.

Then there were some kind of board where you can write your signature to show your existence too.

Inside the hall, there are quite a lot of booths set up, each of them representing different schools.

Each booth gives different types of maths question or either IQ questions.

Andy tried the Sudoku game.

As long as there is something to do with Japan, there's always Andy.

Andy sat there and attempted the Sudoku game for quite a long time!

Could be more than 20 or 30 minutes I don't know..

But he was really sitting there, doing it for a long time.

I walked a few rounds, won some prizes for answering quizzes, and then come back, Andy was still there doing the Sudoku thingy.

But in the end, he has done it!

So, of course if you have successfully answered any of the quiz, you'll get prizes.

*Prizes as in sweets, choko-choko and lollipops.

We have to meet at our bus by 11.15am, so when it's time, me and some of my fellow classmates were the earliest to arrive at the bus.

We then began to take pictures.

Uhh.. I'm not in any of the pictures.. -_-"

I have absolutely no idea what they are looking at.

They looks like some kind of band! Hahahaha! No offense, it's a compliment =p

Right, on our way back, we witnessed an accident.

Not witnessing it while it happened but witnessing it only after it had happened.

We don't know whether it's really an accident or not.

When we were there, we saw a motorcycle, lying on the ground.

A policeman, presumed to be rider of the fallen motorcycle was lying on the ground too! He was being attended to by another policeman. The incident seems really serious, grabbing the attention of numbers of onlookers.

Why we are not sure whether it's a "real" accident or not?

Because the policeman who was being attended too can still move his hands and arms and seems to be talking to the policeman next to him.

Fortunately, there were no blood spills.

Maybe it was just a rehearsal for the future?

Not sure? Then let's check out tomorrow's newspaper!

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