These days, students in the urban areas often jump for joy whenever the government announces that classes are already suspended. In short, almost half of the population of the students in the city is too lazy to go to school.
In the city of Dapitan in Zamboanga del Norte, Philippines, these students are actually risking their lives and their own safety just to attend their classes.
Yes, you've read that right! The students of the Oro elementary school are climbing dangerous mountains just to reach their school.
There's actually a safer way, which is to ride a 'habal-habal' but then each person costs 50 pesos which they claim to be too much. That's why they chose to walk and climb mountains for an hour and a half.
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