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Travel Writing - Rhyl

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Rhyl, glorious Rhyl. The smell of raw fish, fresh in the air, cleaning out my lungs. My little brother ran around wondering where he was, purely amazed at his surroundings and the fact they were different to the four walls of our house. We walked past a market and the smell of seafood became somewhat unbearable. Mum wanted to buy some sweets from a stall conveniently positioned next to the fish shop; I chose to pass on that one. I was kind of scared; all the scaly sea folk stared at me with those big eyes through the ice-chip traps they were laid out on. ...read more.


I hoped we wouldn't be there for long. Off I went, holding my breath, to what could only be described as a vermin infested scanky old mattress on the floor which looked like it hadn't seen the light of day since the day it was made. The morning of the 6th day dawned, and my room didn't seem to smell as bad anymore, maybe it was because my clothes smelt of old peoples feet and off fish. Downstairs I sleepily wandered; through into the kitchen, waiting for mum to come and tell me to get dressed because we were going on yet another educational drive through the wonder that is Rhyl. ...read more.


I thought of home and how I would be warm and snug in my own bed that same night. 3 O'clock came and mum shouted me to see if I was ready. I walked out of the room looking back once to see that I had everything. I marched down the stairs and loaded my bags into the car. Mum said 'take one last look at your holiday home' I rolled my eyes and wished my holiday home was in Spain. We turned out of Rhyl. Mum exclaimed 'So, did everyone enjoy themselves?' There was a loud mumble of 'not really' 'Good, because it was bloody awful, let's go to Spain next time eh?' I was beaming from ear to ear until I fell asleep that night in my own soft, bed. Naomi lenahan 9a1 English Mrs. Critchley ...read more.

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