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My Holiday

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My Holiday English Personal and Imaginative Coursework This was the boarding day itself, the day which I had been dreading for weeks but also ecstatic about. The day started early for me, getting up at four in the morning due to the fact that I couldn't sleep that night. I felt mixed emotions as I was lying in bed, I was extremely excited for my vacation to Hong Kong since it was going to be my first ever holiday abroad. The fact that I would be flying on an aeroplane as well also made me feel petrified. The thought of around 60 people on an aircraft approximately 8,000 metres above sea level, on a plane that could catch on fire at any moment was absolutely terrifying and I was also told by my parents that the flight would be just about 13 hours, would be absolute torture for anyone who it was going to be their first flight on a plane itself. ...read more.

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Unexpectedly something suddenly vibrated in my front pocket. "You don't have to buy anything for me, just come back safely." It was a mobile phone message I received from my friend. It seemed to be the same idea that I got from my family as well. Nobody was expecting anything from me and my mum but to merely come back safely. [Ding-Dong] "Flight BA616 will be leaving shortly, please could all passengers be at the boarding gate number 33, this will be the last warning." [Ding-Dong] A lady was calling our boarding gate number and it was time to enter the plane, her voice was gentle and soothing and it calmed my nerves down as we were walking towards the gate, I could finally see our plane and it was gigantic!! My anticipation grew as my mum lead the way to our seats and I released we were walking quite a long way to the back of the aircraft, then we arrived and we had reserved the two window seats near the back of the plane. ...read more.

Conclusion

Banners were above the shops and the lights sparkled spectacularly in assortments in the sky. The mayhem traffic on the streets, people were shouting abuse in their cars as they waited to drive. "Wow" I was truly impressed with the gigantic skyscrapers which towered over me. After walking a few minutes, it began to drizzle. We hurried over to the nearest shelter which was an alleyway; a small signs printing "THEIVES ABOUT" alerted my attention. From the glamorous streets of Hong Kong, we found our self at the other side. "Do you have any spare change please?" a crippled old man asked, a tear soon appeared in my eye, how could anyone live here in such unhygienic conditions when the other side of the city was the total opposite. The stench of urine passed through the air and we quickly made our way back. We then checked into a five star hotel, I was knackered! I changed into my pajamas and I dreamt of what a magnificent day I had and many more days to come. ...read more.

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