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Writing to narrate Hi everybody it's great to see you all again . I have missed you so much . My holiday was fantastic and I have got so many stories to tell you . We stayed in the Magical Kingdom Hotels . The rooms were homely and the food was delicious . You should have been there . The Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck cartoon characters were walking around the hotel laughing along with everyone . The weather was boiling hot . The sun beat down on my sizzling skin . I felt like a prawn on a barbecue . ...read more.


Beachballs were bouncing around and buckets and spades were building up sandcastles . It was like paradise , believe me . Then i went into the sea for a swim . This is when one of the most embarrasing moments of my life occured . As the water changed from ice knife-stabbing coldness to warmth as i gradually got used to it i said to myself " wow , this is gorgeous " and i began to head for shore . As i did this i pretended that i was being chased by a shark like in the film 'Deep Blue Sea' . ...read more.


Then all of a sudden it occured to me that it was all a laugh .If it had been someone else i would have cracked up too . So i jumped off of my bouncy bed and skipped aloong to Dinner where my mum and sister were already eating their beefburgers . I sat down pretending to be all upset and serious . Then i looked up and burst out in hysterics . We all giggled and cackled like laughing hyenas ! I had given myself , my mum and my sister one of the most memorable moments of a magical holiday. I just wish that you had all been there with me ! ...read more.

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