Since when did schools have organized field trips that sent their students to the other side of the world?
>Two young, attractive people together in a romantic environment
They're in love!
Rich schools are. I went to a private university on a scholarship on my country and several of the richfags there were talking about trips to europe like it was going to fucking walmart.
Any school that isn't shit goes out of the country.
Went to glorious Nippon my junior year. Most kids were scared to, so it was only a handful of people. They had funding for like 30 people, but only 5 people had the balls/had parent approval.
Had the time of our fucking lives. They actually spent that extra money on us, and the teacher had fun with us. Basically asked us what we wanted to do as a group and what we each wanted to do personally. We stayed for a couple extra days.
Teacher even got drunk with us. Didn't allow us to drink, of course, but he did and he was awesome.
Great experience. Sucks your school was shit OP.
My school had these but they were expensive as fuck and kept the students on a 2 foot leash. >$3000 to go to Washington D.C. for 4 days
>Chaperones duck tape the door handles to prevent anyone from leaving
>Don't get to choose any of the itinerary
Looks like I didn't only go to a shit school, I'm fucking poor as well.
My high school was shit and there was no class trip more than 30min away. We were charged for cheese bus fee, admission fee, and tip. No one went and school claims that students don't like to partake in 'fun' activities. They blamed cellphones. In reality, no one gave shit about some play performed by garage band.
Shitty school and staff members. They were telling the students that the school is 125% full as if they were proud of it.