A trip to amusement park
July 25, 2015 by admin_kids
subject: Essay/Speech on A TRIP TO AMUSEMENT PARK
Target Age Group: 10-15
Total sentences: 23
Contributed By: Shruti Sunil Jose, Hindu school, Chennai
Tuesday 23rd June2015
Yesterday I and my friends went on a short picnic to an amusement park. We reached there at about 10a.m. We were six of us. Even though we had reached on time there was a serpentine queue for the tickets. I took the entrance ticket. The first ride we took was the Fury Wheel. It was really big, all of us were yelling and crying! After that we went on a Pony Ride which calmed everyone. Then there was the big Octopus ride, the individual seats revolved on its own and at the same time each hand of the octopus went in a circular motion. We went for two more rides The Ghost House and the Roller Coaster, which also took a toll of us. The dashing car was fun to be in! We dashed each other’s car. Then we decided to have lunch. Each of us had brought some food to eat like sandwiches, fruit juices, pastas etc. Our mothers took care that we don’t eat food from outside. After that were the rides which we all were waiting for-the water rides. We went in all of them without any hesitation. The Wave Pool and the Rain Dance were my favourites. Atlast we saw a 5D movie. This movie took us through broken bridges, steep mountains, dilapidated houses etc. Finally it was evening and time to go. It was such an enjoyable and memorable day. All of us had met after a long time. We were all sad while returning home.
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