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Personal Writing Desert Island.

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Personal Writing DesertIsland The five items I would take on a desert island is a fishing rod to catch fish when I am hungry .Also I would take a knife for protection and to cut things with. There could also be dangerous animals such as tigers , crocodiles ,snakes ,lions hippopotamus ,or scorpions .I would take a mobile phone ,but this one would run on solar power(sun light)and would charge the battery of the mobile and I would use it if I wanted to talk to my family or friends and to get help .A compass would definitely come in use because I might get lost ,or to find my way back to my camp when I go fishing. ...read more.

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I can still taste it in my mouth. Because of the heat I decided to sit under it, it provided me with refreshing shade. After my rest I continued walking north as I was walking I saw a snake ,I could hear its tail rattling. I could hear my heart beating fast but I was careful and scared I kept walking. It was getting late and I was feeling hungry .I came to the shore and luckily I had my fishing rod so I started fishing .I waited and waited suddenly I felt something pulling me towards me, it was a large fish. I reeled it in and placed it in a bucket , which I was carrying started making my way towards my camp as I was doing so I collected wood. ...read more.

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I was really excited .I started searching for the treasure . I found a cave ,I went inside it was pitch black. I sparked a match and I saw bats hanging from the top of the cave. I remained calm and tried not to make noise. I was walking round when something hit my foot, the flame from the math went out. I quickly sparked another match as I was doing so I thought what it could be ? It was a chest! Suddenly I heard a rumble the cave was crumbling. With all my strength I carried it out. I was over the moon. I opened it, I couldn't believe my eyes. It had gold and diamonds sparkling. I phoned a rescue helicopter to collect me on my mobile .I couldn't wait to get home. I was rich ! Harminder Singh 10R4 ...read more.

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