No air conditioner on bus trip to the zoo

I recently volunteered to chaperone my son’s field trip to the zoo.

I thought spending the day with a class of fourth graders at the zoo would be fun. It turned out to be a pressing mistake! When I showed up at the school at seven o’clock in the morning, I wasn’t expecting to be boarding a school bus, however since the zoo is over an hour’s drive, I assumed the school would rent an air conditioned transfer bus; Not only are these buses more comfortable but deliver better safety features as well. Since it was the second week of August, the outdoor temperature was already in the low eighties when we took our seats. Not only did the bus lack any type of air conditioner but the windows were restricted to opening no more than an inch, the skin of my legs stuck to the vinyl seats. The boiling conditions as well as noise youngsters created an instant headache. The bounce of the bus made me sick to my stomach. I was harshly relieved when we arrived at the zoo. That’s when I realized that the majority of exhibits are outdoors as well as there’s legitimately little shade, however my group spent a lot of time in the air conditioned gift shop as well as wonderfully cool reptile house. I encouraged a legitimately slow exploration of the indoor aquariums as well as insect exhibits, and because the youngsters were also tepid as well as covered in sweat, they drank a lot of water, sodas as well as slushies as well as required frequent trips to the bathroom, but at the end of a long as well as legitimately tiring day at the zoo, we then needed to get back on that horrible bus as well as make the ride home.
steam boiler