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He was woken by his alarm and the five o'clock news, in conjunction with his mother's repetitive attempts to wake him up with phrases such as "We'll leave without you."

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Introduction

Original Writing He was woken by his alarm and the five o'clock news, in conjunction with his mother's repetitive attempts to wake him up with phrases such as "We'll leave without you." The morning seemed so rushed, and hectic as he slid out of his bed and traveled towards the bathroom. His sister whizzed past him as she stumbled down the stairs to eat, with her father following her, struggling to carry her bags, which seemed to be over-flowing from the sides. An hour passed and he had finally got ready, finished off his packing and was downstairs eating his breakfast, however he was unintentionally interrupted by the loud noise of a car horn. ...read more.

Middle

Patches of mist appeared on the window as he breathed rhythmically in and out, occasionally with the interruption of the odd yawn. The winding roads were very calm and tranquil, however this was soon changed as they entered the motorway, and the cab had to wait quite a while before it was able to turn into the stream of zooming traffic. The sun was rising in front of them, and the blinding view made his eyes water. He lifted a small navy blue rack-sack from beneath his feet and started to rummage around in it, as if trying to look for something. He suddenly stopped and retrieved a see through plastic bag, in which there were a couple of neatly made sandwiches, which his mother had packed him, as she knew from experience that he always became hungry on long journeys. ...read more.

Conclusion

He helped with a few bags, and then stared up, as an aeroplane whooshed past and seemed t make the airport rumble. He did not seem so scared anymore, as he saw so many people at the airport who did not seem to be worried. His parents went to join the queue to find out details about their flight, as he and his sister went towards the seats where they found a row of four spaces, which seemed to be ideally left for their convenience. In front of them were six large screens, with numbers and names of places flicking every so often, with the odd call out about details of flights from the speakers. ROOP THAKER - FORM 11SM ...read more.

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