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Unbelievable Real-Life Journeys of Kids Travelling to School (25 pics)

Posted in Picdumps   3 Sep 2014   / 9266 views

5-Hour Journey Into The Mountains On A 1ft Wide Path To Probably The Most Remote School In The World, Gulu, China
Schoolchildren Climbing On Unsecured Wooden Ladders, Zhang Jiawan Village, Southern China
Kids Traveling To A Boarding School Through The Himalayas, Zanskar, Indian Himalayas
Pupils Crossing A Damaged Suspension Bridge, Lebak, Indonesia
Kids Flying 800m On A Steel Cable 400m Above The Rio Negro River, Colombia

Pupils Canoeing To School, Riau, Indonesia

Kids Traveling Through The Forest Across A Tree Root Bridge, India
A Girl Riding A Bull To School, Myanmar
Riding a Tuktuk (Auto Rickshaw) To School In Beldanga, India
Crossing a Broken Bridge In The Snow To Get To School In Dujiangyan, Sichuan Province, China
Children Traveling On The Roof Of A Wooden Boat In Pangururan, Indonesia
School Girls Walking Across A Plank On The Wall Of The 16th Century Galle Fort In Sri Lanka
Pupils Traveling By Boat in Kerala, India
Schoolchildren Riding A Horse Cart Back From School In Delhi, India
Students Crossing Ciherang River On A Makeshift Bamboo Raft, Cilangkap Village, Indonesia
125-Mile Journey To A Boarding School Through The Mountains, Pili, China
Pupils Walking On A Tightrope 30 Feet Above A River, Padang, Sumatra, Indonesia
Elementary School Students Crossing A River On Inflated Tire Tubes, Rizal Province, Philippines

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Comments (1):

Mr. Ree 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Kids these days have it too easy. When I went to school, we had to climb two 3000 ft mountains and swim across a fast flowing river that had small icebergs in it. If the crocodiles didn't get us, the bears and wolves might.

We didn't have any fancy ladders or using mules as transportation crap. We did it naked because if we soiled our school clothes, we would have been beaten by the teacher AND our parents!

...and we liked it!