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Travel Writing

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Amandeep Gill English Travel Writing The reluctance to enter this climatic journey was brought upon the experiences of other riders. The facial expressions and comments I was hearing as people exited the 'Mechanical Emotion Drawer' was unbelievable. The excruciating pain being hidden behind anxiousness and expectation. Every small, timide step forward added to the suspense making me want to break free of my personal pride, The source of my anxiety is in the U.S.A, where they are renowned for making the impossible, possible and reaching new heights in technology. Being a British Asian (Living in England) the creativity and imagination for producing the best inspires me, just like what I was about to experience. ...read more.


As I approached the end of my queue, clear, loud and precise instructions came from speakers beside me. 'Pregnant woman, people with heart problems, back problems should not enter this...' As I heard this message , I started to question why this announcement was read out. The message continued, read in a firm manner. 'This is due to the high speed and great heights this ...' After hearing this I shut out the rest of the instructions. At this pacific moment, I felt, dare I say it, scared. All I could hear was the laughter and the normality of the conversations my fellow occupants of the seats that we would soon sit in. ...read more.


I was literally lying down and, believe me, I was as nervous as going to open some important exam results. Safety padding came slowly down from above me and escape was impossible. This horror machine commenced and all you could hear was the screeching between the contact of the track and each individual open cabin. I felt somewhat relieved to have a secure seat and the thought of me turning back was out of the question. Twisting, turning, looping movements were what I was expecting as we were taken up on top of the skyline. I began to question my real respect, for why I come on death defying stunts? As we hit the top a low, painful five second stop occurred. I screamed and bellowed but this did nothing to relieve my pain. Oh no! Oh S***! ...read more.

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