Sunday, February 21, 2016

A Picnic Trip to a Power station on Foundation Day

Last day i  woke up at 5 30 in morning and prepared traditional lunch as a group leader.As   our principal  arranges  the picnic trip with higher lasses grade nine and ten and all school teachers before the every annual exams.This  time she selected one of the huge power station of the state from where one third of the electricity is provided to our province.

                   student and teachers got off the bus           Rest house where we stayed  for while

I was so excited as it was going to be a very informative and full of learning  experience for me.there were almost 70 people in this trip including  14 teachers and more then 40 kids.Mame divided us in five groups and i was in group five.Mostly i don't feel  much active  in early morning times inspite of it and avoiding the load shading of light i tried my best to fulfill my all tasks belonged to kitchen as i had to fry the four packets of nuggets for my own kids's annual  party along with break fast and that
lunch

                    
Teachers and kids got some rest here  and  in second pic  i am   enjoying observing  everyone.
                         
Though  it made me tired but when i reached in school and sat in bus for trip my inner child got her life back and i felt so happy and curious for trip.I selected the most back seat to sit where the cheerful noise and activities  of kids were less.Journey took more then three hours to reach that station,where we stayed for little time in a rest house which was enough comfortable to spend sometime there.




















about to enter in power station, the first look of the station does not reveal the inner wonders

                                         beautiful  road leads to the actual  complex

After little rest,we were ready to visit the power station,so we left for it .It was few minutes away from rest house and was worth watching.When we entered in the huge wide area it seemed to me some kind of wonder of the world where everything was made so marvelously and complicatedly yet so beautifully.Though we did not find any guide there who can tell us about everything that how does it work ? still it was one of the best trip of my life.


















inside this building the heavy and complicated machinery is situated ,all these mechanical systems are involved in the production of electricity which lightens our whole big province .                                                                                      
                                                                                                     
























                                        view from the roof where we went by mistake




that man in control room told us on my question that yes there are political reasons are also involved behind the load shading because politicians are operated by businessmen which use their powers to reduce the power supply throughout the country just to sell their products as generators etc .



                     this beredge is built on the biggest river of Pakistan called River Sindh which  forms  with the ice melting of northern high mountains and travels through the whole country  while including four more rivers in it ,it ends its long journey in the lap of Arabian Sea.

                                                 beautiful view of river and bridge                                        







outside the hall its me and my principal


                          though  mat was torn but hall where we had lunch  had comfort and nice food.


After this almost whole day adventure we got back to our bus.It was evening and everybody was tired.Still we all had great fun though missed a guide but at least we discovered some facts which were unknown to us before.I made more then one  hundred pics but not possible to share them all with you guys.god bell you all dears .












































































32 comments:

  1. Looked like a nice trip with a lot of interesting things to learn and discover!

    betty

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    1. yes dear learned about the production of light which though we use in daily life but never think of the process it run through to come to us

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  2. Looks like a wonderful trip. We all have that inner child in us. I'm glad yours decided to come out and play!

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    1. thank you dear you are right that we all have that child in us though some of us try to avoid and do not let it come out and play but some keep it alive and let him come out once in a while to get refresh their soul ,former are whom who lived just by their bodies and later are whom live by soul

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  3. You look lovely in the photos of you :)
    The photos are interesting and it's lovely to read you had an enjoyable day.

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    1. thank you dear Margaret your eye hold this beauty ,i been taking these photos with a flow and non stop ,i too enjoyed so much while taking them

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  4. Wonderful post ~ glad you had an adventure and you and your principal look very lovely in your beautiful saris ~ Great photos too.

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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    1. thank you dear CAROL ,WE have worn here our traditional dress Shalwar and Kameez in your language we can say it trouser and shirt

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  5. Glad you enjoyed your wonderful trip, thanks for sharing! Too bad there was no tour guide.

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    1. really true dear Chistine ,in such places where school trips are often accrued guide is must ,otherwise it seems one is wandering with closed eyes here and there

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  6. Thank you for sharing your experience about the trip to the power station. Very interesting:)

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  7. An adventurous post of your trip to the power station. Glad you enjoyed the trip.

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  8. O it reminded of the days I used to go for picnics and so many industrial visits. It used to be so much fun, full of learning and new experiences!

    Cheers

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    1. thank you dear Geets your name is so melodious ,of course such trips are full of enjoyment and learning ,one can have lots of fun there and feel happy because learning is purely the source of pleasure

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    1. thank you so much dear glad you liked my effort

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  10. Thanks so much for sharing all the wonderful pictures.

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  11. It looks and sounds a very interesting trip.
    Thank you for sharing

    All the best Jan

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  12. It looks and sounds a very interesting trip.
    Thank you for sharing

    All the best Jan

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  13. Hello Baili, it looks like a fun and interesting trip for you and all the students. The river is beautiful, too. Lovely photo of you and your principal. x Karen

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    1. hi dear Beatric ,it was great fun and excitement ,thanks for expressing your liking for our photos dear it is all about your lovely sight

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  14. A fascinating post. I really enjoyed reading and seeing about your journey.

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    1. thank you dear hope to enjoy more like it

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  15. Hi baili, i enjoyed the post about trip to power station and all of the picture. The river so beautiful. I remember when school do Trip and learn by visited a history place or industi or manufactured place really enjoyed for me.

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    1. thank you dear Mayang i used to visit my own city Islamabad every year during summer vacations but this trip was special ,it reminded me my school days ,thrill and adventure were the part of this trip really

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  16. Looking forward to seeing more of your country and customs. It is much prettier than what we see on the news.

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  17. Looking forward to seeing more of your country and customs. It is much prettier than what we see on the news.

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    1. hi Joeh ,believe me that my country people with beautiful heart and lovely customs and traditions ,what you see is only the five percent ugliness spread by the black sheeps which usually each part of the earth and country has though they are much successful in areas where educational and financial back ground is more weak,

      i will try to reveal more beauty and purity of my land to time by time

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  18. Thanks for your comment on my blog Baili. I'm sorry you're not feeling well from the flu that drags on. I hope that you'll feel well soon.

    Thanks for sharing your trip to the power station and for sharing your beautiful photos with us.
    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    JB

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  19. Interesting place! Thanks for sharing

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