Rec 235: Ch.12 - Leisure can be viewed as free time and not...

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Leisure can be viewed as free time and not as a privilege. This can be displayed as a reward for others, depending on how they utilize their leisure. But in some cases leisure can consist of inequity within a society is various ways. This can occur anywhere at anytime, but it is not feasible to mandate certain regulations to people that mistreat others by discrimination. I believe people should be treated equally no matter their skin color, or the amount of net worth a person has because we are all human and without the collaboration from others, we would not be able to accomplish several things in life by ourselves.
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If we take a look, the image above was such a spontaneous trip I had taken with some of my close friends! Well, this trip was established because we all needed to get away and wanted to relieve any stress from school, so we all decided to check out “The Mystery Spot” in Santa Cruz. There was not an age limit to participate in the activities which seem fair
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Unformatted text preview: and I have encountered people of all ages at this site. It took us nearly 2 hours to reach our destination, so of course we had to worry about gas coverages and the entry fees. In other words, in order to have fun people will need funds to participate in these kind of activities. The entry fee was reasonable roughly 13 for adults and the site charged for parking as well I believe it was about 5-10 dollars. To conclude this overall trip I recently had, I would have to say I did not encounter any discrimination within my leisure time with my friends. The only thing I would say many older people kept glancing at us ladies as if they have never seen young beautiful women having fun before. This unusual gesture did not affect my friends and myself we just disregarded it. If I could go back, this time I would take my younger siblings because it was fun and silly!...
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