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Task 30
2nd June 2014
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Task 32
19th June 2014
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Write an account of a holiday that was very memorable for you. When writing to inform remember to include factors that made it so memorable. Maybe:

  • A person you met 

  • Something which made you laugh 

  • Something that went wrong 

  • A food you had not tried before 

  • Something embarrassing that happened 

  • Something you learned

33 Comments

  1. Joshua O says:

    I entered the the beach in America.It was lovely,I never knew the beach could be so fun. The fun started off with me meeting some new friends who were like me because they came from England and loved playing football.Next I had turkey with my friends,its sweet and succulent taste turning everybody’s frown upside down, and their parents . After that the boys finally told me their names Eric and James.They were very careless and no idea what school was. i taught them a pocket sized bit about grammar .Luckily they got bored and we played football all day long. They could not score a goal because of my world-class saves.I always got past them because of my unending skill.

  2. Aidan steers says:

    The rip ride roller coaster

    I was in the beautiful sunshine state of Florida at universal studios. I was in the line, waiting for the coaster to arrive. To my incredible luck I was first in line, which meant that I was at the front of the roller coaster some people might call, the roller coaster of hell.

    My dad and I got onto the roller coaster and chose the song that we wanted for our very own music video, when suddenly the carriage started to move. We began the vertical climb up to the top of the coaster. My heart was pounding and my pulse was racing when suddenly, we stopped. Within seconds of stopping we dramatically dropped into two loop – the – loops then climbed a bit further and went through a hole in a building. We were screaming but only for the fun of it. It was terrifying but I loved every second of it. Suddenly after several loop – the – loops and high speed turns. The coaster grounded to a halt. We got off the coaster dizzier than we had ever been before. We made our way down the steps and collected our very own music video. It involved us screaming and shouting the whole way around. What I really liked was the fact that the building we went through looked like we had smashed through it on the video. You could call it the roller coaster of hell, but I claim that it’s the roller coaster of heaven.

  3. Lizzie says:

    The red flag
    I splashed playfully in the salty blue spray. Paddling further out I searched for the boat holding my brother. The florescent yellow boat shouldn’t be hard to spot except as far as I could see the sea was empty. I called out in fear. No answer. Again and again I screamed for a response. Silence. All I could hear was havoc back at the shore. Hands raised, voices raised, tension raised. I began to worry. I scanned the panorama for my brother. The sea was motionless. Then I heard it.
    High pitched screaming was in battle with my ears. No doubt it was my brother. I cried out. Again searching the blue… red sea? I rubbed my eyes, the sea was red. It was him; I knew it, I was swimming in my brother’s blood. Vigorous waves attacked me. The shark fin emerged in the not too far distance. Slicing through the water it came. The noise from the beach grew. The great, dorsal fin was just metres away. Teeth like daggers stood to attention in his mouth. I awoke from my trance and began hurriedly swimming towards the beach. A pain so sharp hit me. The sharks lifeless, black eyes darted my way. I felt tired. My last sight was of the red flag that I must have missed before I got in.

  4. Nicola says:

    My holiday

    On holiday I went to Dorset with my grandparents, brother and cousin Kieran . The day after we arrived I met a friend, she was called Tynesha. Tynesha was lovely little girl,who was 8 years old. She had long brown hair that curled at the ends, her eyes were blue and shone like diamonds. Normally she would sunbath on holiday, however, this year we went swimming and crabbing. She was an expert at crabbing and swimming compared to me. In the evening we would go to the disco whilst the boys were watching football.

    When I tell the story about me dropping the crab liner in the sea, I get embarrassed and my cheeks going red.

    The best thing about my holiday was having a tremendous amount of fun with my new friend. This holiday was brilliant!!

  5. Before my eyes, stood an enormous plane. It was as large at the Eiffel Tower. It was pearl white with small windows. My family and I walked onto the plane exhilarated for our holiday in paradise also known as Mauritius. Half an hour later the plane finally began to move.
    After, what felt like a decade, the plane finally touched Mauritian soil, we had arrived. Excitement filled and a smile grew from one ear to the next. As soon as I stepped off the plane a wave of heat hit me and the scent of salty sea water wafted up my nose. We collected our luggage and made our way to Crystal Beach Resort, our temporary house for the next five days.
    In the hotel there was an immense swimming pool. The hotel had its own beach which me and my siblings took advantage of when we arrived. The sand was white while the sea was twinkling in the sunshine. Beads of sweat ran down my fatigue face as the sun’s rays beat down on my back. My mother and father prepared seafood for us while my siblings and I played. I did not like the seafood as it tasted repulsive. After dinner we all took a refreshing swim and watched the sun set. Later that evening we went to watch special Mauritian dance called “Sega” We all joined in and danced with the dancers. I really enjoyed it and couldn’t believe that I was able to dance so well. I felt so content and relaxed that I had forgotten all about school and my friends back home. I never wanted to leave, I didn’t want to go back to snowy England. It was a memorable and thrilling holiday that I never wanted to end.

  6. Before my eyes, stood an enormous plane. It was as large at the Eiffel Tower. It was pearl white with small windows. My family and I walked onto the plane exhilarated for our holiday in paradise also known as Mauritius. Half an hour later the plane finally began to move.

    After, what felt like a decade, the plane finally touched Mauritian soil, we had arrived. Excitement filled and a smile grew from one ear to the next. As soon as I stepped off the plane a wave of heat hit me and the scent of salty sea water wafted up my nose. We collected our luggage and made our way to Crystal Beach Resort, our temporary house for the next five days.

    In the hotel there was an immense swimming pool. The hotel had its own beach which me and my siblings took advantage of when we arrived. The sand was white while the sea was twinkling in the sunshine. Beads of sweat ran down my fatigue face as the sun’s rays beat down on my back. My mother and father prepared seafood for us while my siblings and I played. I did not like the seafood as it tasted repulsive. After dinner we all took a refreshing swim and watched the sun set. Later that evening we went to watch special Mauritian dance called “Sega” We all joined in and danced with the dancers. I really enjoyed it and couldn’t believe that I was able to dance so well.

    I felt so content and relaxed that I had forgotten all about school and my friends back home. I never wanted to leave, I did not want to go back to snowy England. It was a memorable and thrilling holiday that I never wanted to end.

  7. Before my eyes, stood an enormous plane. It was as large at the Eiffel Tower. It was pearl white with small windows. My family and I walked onto the plane exhilarated for our holiday in paradise also known as Mauritius. Half an hour later the plane finally began to move.

    After, what felt like a decade, the plane finally touched Mauritian soil, we had arrived. Excitement filled and a smile grew from one ear to the next. As soon as I stepped off the plane a wave of heat hit me and the scent of salty sea water wafted up my nose. We collected our luggage and made our way to Crystal Beach Resort, our temporary house for the next five days.

    In the hotel there was an immense swimming pool. The hotel had its own beach which me and my siblings took advantage of when we arrived. The sand was white while the sea was twinkling in the sunshine. Beads of sweat ran down my fatigue face as the sun’s rays beat down on my back. My mother and father prepared seafood for us while my siblings and I played. I did not like the seafood as it tasted repulsive. After dinner we all took a refreshing swim and watched the sun set. Later that evening we went to watch special Mauritian dance called “Sega” We all joined in and danced with the dancers. I really enjoyed it and couldn’t believe that I was able to dance so well.

    I felt so content and relaxed that I had forgotten all about school and my friends back home. I never wanted to leave, I did not want to go back to snowy white England. It was a memorable and thrilling holiday that I never wanted to end.

  8. Lewa says:

    A Memorable Holiday

    I went to Stratford-Upon-Avon in Birmingham, and visited a safari park. At the park, I went through the animals exhibitions.

    First I went through the antelope exhibition. I saw a lot of baby antelopes, some male antelopes, stampedes and antelopes grazing on the plants.

    Next I went to the giraffes. They were poking their heads through the windows of cars, and munching leaves from the highest of trees. When they tried to get a drink of water, it was difficult for their necks to stretch that far down their tall, lean bodies.

    Then I drove through to the lions. Some were sleeping, some were watching the antelopes from next door, because they wanted to eat them. Most of the lions were mainly female, it was only towards the end of my stay that the male lion came out with his bushy mane.

    To my disappointment most of the exhibitions were closed. There was only one exhibition left, which was the elephants. The elephants were huge, most of them were charging around. One mother was charging at a vehicles, she was being protective, because she had a newborn baby. She also caused a slight accident …

  9. Toby says:

    Camping!

    It was the 4th of July 2013. My family and I were getting ready to go on an incredible journey – we were going camping in the picturesque country of France!

    My fondest memory of this special time was the canoeing trip we undertook. The sun glinted like a crackling fire on the water. Whilst we drifted along, I gazed at the imposing chateaux and breathed in the smell of the pine trees.

    One of my favourite moments was when my best friend ,Tyler, and I cycled around the campsite at dusk. At that point, the stars sparkling in the sky were diamonds fetchingly mounted on a deep cover of black velvet.

    Possibly the scariest experience was finding out that there were twelve metre long catfish lurking in the murky waters of the river, whilst my friends and I had been jumping into the river every day before that. Luckily, nobody got severely hurt or bitten.

    And the best bit is… we are going back there this summer!

  10. HOLIDAYS
    I was playing with my friends on the smallest Turkish island there is, with villages and a city(though extremely small for a proper city), when we decided to go to the mountain caves 5 miles off. I opened the door of my antic house, said that I was going to the caves and shot off, before my Nan could say anything, but just as we set off, I saw my uncle(also the head of our village) going to feed his many animals and changed my mind, so I went with my uncle, meanwhile, my Nan was worrying, because she thought that I might collapse or get lost, so she set out to find me. She asked the villagers and they all thought that I was going to go to the caves too(since the fields were just outside the village and I saw my uncle already in his field, so they did not see me turn off)
    My Nan had gone too far, when I came back, for a message to be sent, she had also forgotten her out-of date phone. My Grandpa and I thought it a good idea to wait in the old bus shelter. Nan described us as sitting there proudly when she when she finally arrived.

  11. Tega Ayiwe says:

    I went on a school trip to Stratford upon Avon. I remember it like it was yesterday, mostly because I forgot my purse four times , in the theme park and we had to travel in a hot coach for an hour in west the midlands safari park on the hottest day of the year.
    In the safari park we saw 12 different animals like cheetahs ,lions ,tigers ,snow leopards, lioness, ostriches, pea cocks ,goats ,deer ,African elephant ,Asian elephants and wild dogs , some of which were allowed to roam free so we almost hit a few .

    It was lots fun , my friends and I went on lots of water rides and roller coasters, well you can see my list goes on forever but what was most memorable was the twister which at first felt like a baby ride but could scar you for life out of fright.
    I went on a ride with four of my friends, it went so high I couldn’t look down and then it went really fast then started to twist, we screamed so hard we had very sore throats and that was what I think I will remember the most.

  12. HOLIDAYS
    I was messing about playing with my friends on the smallest Turkish island there is, with villages and a city(though extremely small for a proper city), when we decided to go to the mountain caves 5 miles off. I opened the door of my antic house, said that I was going to the caves and shot off, before my Nan could say anything, but just as we set off, I saw my uncle(also the head of our village) going to feed his many animals and changed my mind, so I went with my uncle, meanwhile, my Nan was worrying, because she thought that I might collapse or get lost, so she set out to find me. She asked the villagers and they all thought that I was going to go to the caves too(since the fields were just outside the village and I saw my uncle already in his field, so they did not see me turn off)
    My Nan had gone too far, when I came back, for a message to be sent, she had also forgotten her out-of date phone. My Grandpa and I thought it a good idea to wait in the old bus shelter. Nan described us as sitting there proudly when she when she finally arrived.

  13. Grace says:

    My favourite holiday

    My favourite holiday was when I went to Nigeria. The weather was tropical, the sun blazed from a vivid blue sky, wispy clouds drifted across. The birds were singing beautiful songs in the open air and bees were collecting juicy, sweet nectar from attractive flowers. I was already starting to love Nigeria.

    When my family (my mum, dad and little brother) got to our hotel, it was massive. There were beautiful, artificial, potted flowers everywhere, a soft, king-sized bed in each room, our own en-suite bathrooms and a gigantic, turquoise swimming pool outside. Once we had unpacked, we felt like we wanted to have a dip in the swimming pool. Me, my brother and my dad all had a race for breaststroke swimming while my mum found a fat paperback book about romance and started reading it to get as tanned as possible.

    After we had finished tanning ourselves in the sun, we were about to order dinner we had a phone call. It was my dad’s brother (Uncle Frank) and he wanted to invite us to his party. We could not turn down to his offer as he held great parties! All of us agreed that we would be there at four o’ clock sharp.

    When we got there, I said hello to a few of my cousins and then had some lemonade with Toni (my 13 year old second cousin). Then, I accidentally tripped over her leg and spilt some of my lemonade on her floral mini dress and her velvet, toffee coloured high heeled shoes! Everyone was laughing their heads off and even I started to laugh to. Toni quickly changed into another outfit and the party carried on; after a few more hours, we headed back to our hotel.

    In the morning, we started packing our bags to head back to Britain. Before we got onto our flight, everyone we met said goodbye to us. We all got teary…even I couldn’t hold back the tears. It felt like I lived here all my life. It was truly a spectacular experience.

  14. Bolu says:

    When I went to Disney Land Paris, I went on a magnificent ride called The Pirates Of The Caribbean. My family and I were waiting excitedly on the queue. When it was our turn, we were directed onto a boat. I sat directly at the front. The ride started very slowly. Then it started getting quicker. When we reached a huge dark room, I saw robots that looked like pirates that could, move parts of their body and say things. In one room all you could se was an endless supply of fake treasure. After, the boat was slowly going up a ramp. Suddenly, whoosh! We swiftly descended down the ramp. Water splashed against everyone’s faces and we were all screaming with excitement . During the ride, they took our picture. In the picture I was clinging on to my friend (that came with us) because I wasn’t expecting a drop like that and I was a bit scared. When the ride had finished, I wanted to go on it again because it was so fun and I really enjoyed it.

  15. Dominic says:

    My favourite holiday was Cape Verde where I met one of the local guys called Jackson. He was a entertainer at the hotel we stayed at. He took Joseph and I into the pool every day and we played really fun games like under water tag, hide and seek and water dancing. He would then take us off for a scrumptious lunch and tell us many jokes, he was as funny as a clown. One day he took us to the beach and played volleyball and after we jumped the wild waves in the sea. At the end of the holiday when the sun had set he asked if we could go to the disco and we persuaded our mum and dad. We all danced the night away on the last night of a fantastic holiday.

  16. Thomas says:

    Disneyland Florida

    As I awoke to the groaning of my brother, a warm feeling came over me. My senses kicked in and I realised that it was a beautiful day. I woke my mum and dad as I couldn’t wait to visit River Rapids. I attached my ‘first timer!’ badge to my t-shirt. We then went to breakfast for some Mickey Waffles, yummy.

    After that, we ventured towards River Rapids, until I could see the gargantuan ”RIVER RAPIDS!” sign. My body twitched with excitement and fear. We activated our fastpasses and jumpred straight to the front. I hopped into the wooden boat and began to endure a gentle paddle. ”This isn’t too bad,” I thought. However, there was then an extensive drop. The bottom of the boat thumped into the water and a plethora of water splashed everyone else. I was relieved, so I quoted, ”I’m the only one not wet!” Boy, was I wrong. Another immense drop followed and I was now the wettest. My dad chuckled and the end couldn’t have come soon enough. Without hesitation, I concluded my ride.

    I began to dry off and I chuckled, ”I’m never saying that again!”

  17. Peter Eriksson says:

    Florida

    I had been enjoying the roasting sun in Florida the past week, and me and my family decided to go on an attraction park called Aquatica. The day started of spectacular with bright sunshine and a nice time in the pool. Unfortunately after many hours of fun, the rain started to gush down heavily after lunch so we were stuck in the buffet eating delicious rice krispie cakes. Everybody left in shock so there was a rampage by the exit because it suddenly started to strike lightning.

    After two full hours of non-stop rain (and stuffing my belly) the park looked completely deserted. Only a few other families remained in the park and there were absolutely no queues for the slides. There was a rapid which usually was full to brim, so you would crash into everyone else, was completely empty. I went on my favourite slide on and on again enjoying the abandoned water park.

    I enjoyed the last remaining days very much on the rocking rollercoasters and the shocking shows also swimming in swaying seas. But I will always remember this day.

  18. Oscar says:

    Dear Yuvi

    I hope you are having as amazing a holiday as I am? Australia is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been to.

    The journey took an exhausting 32 hours, but it was worth it.

    My time in Australia has been exhilarating, as yesterday I explored the Great Barrier Reef whilst scuba-diving. Tomorrow I am going to take part in the Sydney Harbour Bridge walk at sunset with the spectacular Sydney Opera House in the background.

    I can’t write for long as shortly we will be off to the Manly Sea Life Sanctuary to take part in ‘Shark Dive Xtreme’, I hope I don’t die!

    You will never believe what I just saw, the most immense crocodile just climbed out of our hotel Pool!

    See you in another week.

    Your Friend
    Oscar

  19. My Holiday at Norfolk

    Memories have magical ways to bring back favourite yesterdays…… and my holiday to Norfolk was one of them. We drove to Norfolk by car it took us two hours to reach, the first place we went to was Great Yarmouth Beach. The beach was very calm as no one was there and the waves were ebbing in and out touching the soft golden sand. After exploring the huge beach we travelled back to our hotel, and after a long night we went to sleep for an exciting day the next morning. That morning we went to the Broads! What a pleasure! The Broads was a beautiful place and is Britain’s Magical Water-land. We had booked a cruise to explore the wonderful place. In the cruise I also did some rare bird watching as well as seeing many things like: Egyptian Goose, Thatched Roofs, Houses, and the Pelican……….

    After the cruise we went to an exciting treetop adventure park called Bewillderwood! In the beginning I did the zip wire then I went to do a confusing maze where you had to make your way out, and once you made your way out; you would come across a ladder which you had to climb and go through thin gaps and tiny places until you got to the other side.

    Once I got out I went to the next treetop where there was a slide! On the next bit I saw an even bigger slide it was tremendously big. It had a really big slope that was almost vertical and as you slide down you could feel butterflies in your tummies. I had a wonderful and adventurous time at Bewillderwood. Then after Bewillderwood we went back to the hotel and got ourselves ready for the next day.

    On the final day we went to Holkham, it was a long tiring drive. Once we reached Holkham Hall we went to the 3000 acres of lush green land that had a flock of deer roaming around in the fields. While roaming around I also met a person who was also on holiday and was sitting down beside the big lake doing water painting. He was from Sweden and he was a jolly man who loved to paint. We also got to see the lord of the colossal manor! Later on we went to Holkham beach that was not far away from Holkham Hall. We parked our car and walked down through a pinewood forest. I also collected some pinecones as a souvenir to remember.

  20. Chris says:

    It was one sunny afternoon, when the scorching hot sun hovered above our house that I found out that we were going to venture Centre Parks for my tenth birthday. What a surprise! I was speechless for a moment as I hugged both of my parents who had organized this magnificent birthday present. After 3 hours of constant packing up, we finally started for our destination and to my surprise it only took us an hour. Once we arrived, we checked in found our villa where we are going to stay in. I immediately became fond of the gigantic trees that swayed in the rhythm of the wind and the secret footpaths that tangled through the thick forest. One thing that made it really special was that our villa was directly opposite to a wild current of water that cascaded from the peak of the high mountain above.

    As I was packing out in my own bedroom, I noticed that out of the window, there were dozens of ducks and a squirrel. Luckily, as we had brought a whole jar of nuts, I went outside and fed the squirrel. Each time I managed to persuade the squirrel to come closer to me and by the time dusk had fallen I had managed to persuade the squirrel to come in the villa and let me feed him. The next day I was training my squirrel (Which I called Nutty) early in the morning to perform tricks using food as a motivation. This was the best holiday I have ever been to, as not only was I having fun but it also made me think about nature a little deeper.

  21. Miruna says:

    My holiday.
    Early in the morning, as the sun was delicately rising from the edge of the landscape, we arrived at our immense villa, in the sweltering summer sun of Thasos, Greece.
    Since I am well known for my curiosity, no one could stop me from opening that pearl white arch way door. In that moment, what my eyes saw was of an unbelievable beauty; the sun was a copper penny rising from the depths of the glistening blue sea. All of a sudden, I could feel a gentle warm breeze wafting through my hair and my eyes witnessed topaz shadows laying across the pale azure ripples. “Come, come, there is something outside that you need to see!” shouted my cousin loudly across the room. All the magic disappeared in a second. I swiftly sprinted across the room and my steps took me into a vast garden.
    Amongst the ripe olive trees and the high green grass, I spotted the cutest big, bold eyes, which shone as emeralds. My cousin was startled. Just then a miniature black kitten took a step forward. His fur was as black as soot and in his eyes the courage was starting to build up. He was dilapidated and emaciated. The little kitten looked like he had not eaten in days and had no one to look after him – he certainly appeared to be scarce of any company. Without taking a moment’s pause, I rushed towards it, reaching out my hand, which had some food concealed within the palm. I started to caress him in every way possible, whilst he enjoyed and took full advantage of my offering. We had become the best of friends during the one week staying period.
    Morning or evening our new friend was always there waiting for us, for some food and mainly for worthy company. Slowly we started to know him and we found out that there were other cats he was estranged from. He was a loner and he liked being by himself, getting all the attention from the tourists that happened to stop by for a week or two.
    After a week of enjoying his company it was time to say goodbye. I couldn’t bare to let him go. My heart was broken and diamond teardrops started trickling down my tanned cheeks. Lots of scenarios, about the miniature kitten, went through my head at the speed of light but just then I realised… that this was the kitten’s home after all, the place he was used to. I couldn’t stop worrying who was going to look after the little kitten in the winter when there are no tourists around. When we were about to leave I took one more look at the villa and I saw the little sad face staring back at me.
    Holidays are not always about having fun and lots of sun, sometimes you can create a bond which is really powerful and the memory stays with you for a lifetime.

  22. Siya says:

    My Turkish Holiday

    This summer I went for a holiday to Turkey. It was a long and tiring journey but at the same time very enjoyable. We stayed in a hotel, which was located near the seaside. The view from our hotel room was spectacular, in particular at sunset. I could not have enough of water activities: swimming, diving and lying on the beach.

    More importantly, I had a chance to meet people from all over the world and take part in number of interesting events organised by the hotel staff. I But most of all I liked Turkish food and its fresh vegetables and juicy and delicious fruits.

    The most important for me though was spending some time with my family- mum and dad – and my beloved sister. I really enjoyed my summer holidays and hope to go back to Turkey once again soon.

  23. Daisy Parker says:

    Orlando

    One bright sunny Boxing day excitement was bubbling up inside me, it was the big day. The open sky was blue and the glistening sea was extremely clam. Beautiful fish were slowly swimming around and I could see my wavey reflection in the sparkling water. Tropical birds were quietly flying and tiny insects were crawling about in the glimmering green grass. Myself and my family quickly made our way to a new white, plastic boat. The obese caption loudly bellowed out that our destination was crowded Downtown Disney and we were nearly there. We were seeing the Canadian Cirque du Soleil.

    Harry, Gracie, Mummy, Daddy, Nana, Papa and I followed a wide, long, twisty cobbled path which after a while led us to a giant circular, clear tent with huge magical lights beaming from every part of it. It was the amazing, the magnificent Cirque du Soleil tent.

    I could spot millions of tiny pictures and gifts with Zouba the clown inside this amazing building. The smell of scrumptious hotdogs wafted from every food cart as we walked to our comfy red seats. Magnificent lights were still dancing like ballerinas as people fled into the giant theatre. We just had to buy a hotdog and they were scrumptious. The flavour tickled our tounges as the ketchup swirled round our mouths.

    Soon two cunning clowns came down one of the long allies in bright coloured costumes and funny hats. They were happily playing with a cute wagon stacked with massive blue building blocks. The clowns were weirdly making a tall, fat tower and then pushing them and watching them topple over. They then started looking crossly at each other.

    I was trying to surpress my laughter but couldn’t help myself from giggling at this craziness. These clowns were amazing but they were only trying to keep the excited audience occupied whilst the rest of the performers were getting ready to start the show. I wanted to shout out how excited I was but I managed to keep it to myself. Suddenly the lights went out and the music got louder. The crowd roared with excitement as the act began.

    I had been in Orlando for 12 days now and this was the moment I had been waiting for.

  24. Hulk!!

    I was in the beautiful sunshine state of Florida at universal studios. I was waiting in line for the fastest roller-coaster in the world… HULK! To my incredible luck, I was first in line. I got on my seat and they strapped me in. I wanted to leave as soon as possible because I was already scared and it hadn’t even started moving! We began the vertical climb up to the top of the coaster. Suddenly, I jolted forward and the roller-coaster was as fast as a rocket heading up into space! I could barely feel my face. My heart was pounding and my pulse was racing… As I got of the ride, I sighed with relief. Anyway, the ride wasn’t that bad…

  25. Jeremy AA says:

    During the summer holidays, Auntie Eddie and I had travelled to Africa. It had taken us eight hoursto travel to Africa. Our first stop was Kampala the capital city of Uganda. Kampala was busy and one of my aunts lives straight up a hill and turn left. She also has a white poodle named Simba which means ‘lion’ in Swahili.

    At night I had to go to the doctor to have an injection because I had malaria. I didn’t even cry whne they pierced me.

    Our second stop was Liraand it took us to get from Kampala to Lira five hours. My cousins Dennis, Andrew and I use to climb trees and the tree we were climbing had sap trickling down.

  26. OC says:

    A Holiday to Remember
    The waves clashed and bashed on the rocks as I stood on the golden sand. The waves sparkling all the way down it’s a moment I’ll never forget. But just as I said it a mermaid came flying out of the water and said to me “please help me “ and I said “what’s wrong little mermaid, what’s your name” the mermaid said “my name is Serina”.

    She had a golden flock of hair that shined in the sun and brilliant blue eyes and her tail is like a rainbow and it’s full of sparkly glitter!

    Suddenly the sky changed colour and the mermaid dashed of as quick as she appeared and that was the last time I saw her it was a holiday I’ll never forget and now I only see mermaids in my dreams.

  27. HOLIDAYS
    I was playing with my friends on the smallest Turkish island there is, Imvros, with villages and a city-though extremely small for a proper city-, when we decided to go to the mountain caves 5 miles off.

    I opened the door of my antic house, said that I was going to the caves and shot off, before my Nan could say anything, but just as we set off, I saw my uncle, also the head of our village, going to feed his many animals and changed my mind, so I went with my uncle, meanwhile, my Nan was worrying, because she thought that I might collapse or get lost, so she set out to find me. She asked the villagers and they all thought that I was going to go to the caves too (since the fields were just outside the village and I saw my uncle already in his field, so they did not see me turn off).

    My Nan had gone too far, when I came back, for a message to be sent, she had also forgotten her out-of date phone. My Grandpa and I thought it a good idea to wait in the old bus shelter. Nan described us as sitting there proudly when she when she finally arrived.

  28. My skiing holiday in France
    When we went skiing it was a great, a white blanket covered the mountains – in fact everything. When we arrived we hired our ski boots, skis and poles. The first day Daddy taught me how to snow plough. He also took me on a drag lift followed by a green slope.
    The levels were green, blue, red and black. On our trip we got up to red. With our ski instructor Remey, he taught us all the basics, and we passed the first level. We got a medal and a record book for our next trip. Our ski trip was great, one of my best holidays. I have learnt a new skill which is just brilliant. We are looking forward to next year.

  29. OC says:

    The Beach

    Waves clashed and bashed into the rocks,
    Sand sinking into my feet,
    Mermaids are around me,
    Everywhere I see.
    A beautiful flock of hair,
    Gold for the sand,
    A pale blue top,
    To match the sea,
    Tails come and go,
    In and out of the sea,
    The swift of stale seaweed,
    In and out my nose,
    So here I am laying on the beach,
    Looking at all I can see,
    The fantastic view I will never forget.

  30. Tochi EGBOM says:

    We eventually reached the airborne, glossy white luxury from the airport to the plane !
    After what seemed like centuries, we landed on Orlando’s soil, A wave of humid heat spread in the hot atmosphere, as a result a massive smile creeped across my cheeks – It was much different to the monotonous weather of England; My heart almost burst with happiness, a waft of salty sea air assaulted my nose.
    As soon as we settled in our colossal abode ,we set off to Wet ‘n’ Wild Theme parks ! A golden glow across the sky as we played in the glistening water.
    We came out of the beautiful beach and went on a ride that made my belly churn painfully.
    Unfortunately, at the moment, an ominous black cloud gathered, Splattered ! Splattered ! We continued our journey as the sun filtered through the clouds forming a ravishing rainbow.
    It was a bitter sweet moment .

  31. Aki says:

    Holiday is sometimes a nightmare for some. Nightmare in the airport,
    horrible hotels, crowded beaches, family arguments, soaring cost all these
    make holidays unhappy. Never the less there are truly memorable holidays.
    The truth is that great holidays has nothing to do with age or even cost, everything
    to do with where you go and with whom you are going are the main thing.
    The best holiday I ever had is going to Dubai. Luxury hotlels, lofty high buildings,
    artificial swimming pools and gardens. This was one of the best life time holidays
    I ever had in my entire life.

  32. Nihal says:

    What an awesome holiday! Hotel Polynesia – where the sky chased the clouds away till it was clear blue. Warm Sun-rays reflected onto the golden ground,like God radiating over. The sweet scent of sun-cream splashed swiftly onto my smooth skin.

    In the distance a small yacht glided along with the undulation of the ocean waves. The Hotel’s colossal swimming pool was a flowing sea that continued endlessly. The warm waves simultaneously danced, and swished in symphony. Vibrant coloured sun mats lay flattened like pancakes on the sand and drifted off into a deep sleep.

  33. Sujana Tazmeen says:

    Woolacombe Beach

    I entered the beautiful Woolacombe beach. All around me shells sparkled in the light. As the sizzling sun communicated with the horizons,the sand spread everywhere, making sure no one was alone, doing its usual duty.I was lost for words,like a dream come true.
    But that wasn’t all to my amazing adventure…I met an intelligent young girl named Laura. She had gorgeous black hair and pearl white earrings that were just in sight. What was best about her was that she was brilliant at football. Fortunately for my world-class saves and popular skills, I won! After an exhausting match we had our dinner. It was a HUGE feast! We had succulent lasagna and mouth watering tomatoes. It was a memorable holiday that I will never forget.

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