I loved the Camp Night. My opinion would be to do more camping out.
I went to sleep at 11pm many people just chatted all through the night. Me and Charlie H and Cofei had an awesome laugh. I couldn’t get to sleep at some points at the night. In the night outside there were all sorts of noises like the trains and cars and I don’t know were from but I heard a aeroplane noise it reminded me of when I go to India. It was an amazing experience. I’ll miss this night.
Oh it was very fun! This is the story.
At first we did our commandos, it was hard. Mr Huthart put us into groups of 4 we had hold hands and run one lap then we had crawl through a green cover after all that we had to go to the court and then build a bridge out of wood. Have you ever made one? It’s simple only takes 16 wooden pieces. It wasn’t a race it was team work.
We all had a good time well I did. In the end we watched a film and blogged.
I can’t wait I’m going to the fair tonight! Maybe I should get ready because it’s nearly time!
I am at the fair right now it’s very different too the world outside… Don’t worry it’s a saying. I love going to the fair it’s very interesting for example the The great twister!
21st Of March 2013
It was really exciting on that morning when I was waking up and getting ready for the London trip! It was going to be my 2nd time going but my 1st on the London eye. I had butterflies in my tummy. When I went to school Mrs Bartlett took the register after everyone was here we set off for the bus. I was in Miss Jackson’s group!
When we got to London. I couldn’t control my excitement. We got off of the bus and then there stood the biggest of all: The London eye. I was overwhelmed! It is 135 metres high. I can’t wait to go on the London eye and the boat!
We got ready for the London Eye. We were there and I took a step into the pod… It was awesome! You couldn’t even explain the atmosphere it was so unbelievable! We got to the top and you could actually see all of London! It became remarkable. Plus the Queen was in the Palace. Miss Jackson told us that if the Britain Flag is up then the Queen is in the Palace.
After the remarkable ride we went on the River Thames. Inside the boat it was amazing it kind of made me feel a little sick but I got trough it! This girl was telling us what was in the rivers and lots of information! The girl told us that there was a ship that was made for shooting that has fought in the WW2!
Now I am starving! It was time for some food. 12:00pm it was lunch time we sat next to the River Thames and ate our food! I had cheese and onion sandwiches my favorite! Next stop it was the shop. When I got picked in a group for the shop. The shop looked awesome but guess what it was too expensive! I brought something for my Dad and something for myself. I had 1.50 left But oh well.
Then we left for the toilet… after that it was home time. We sat in the bus and went off. I came home at about 7pm. It was an tiring and cool day. I will wait for the next time I go to London!
I just couldn’t control my excitement! Me and my friend Arsala Baig were going to meet Salman Khan. OMG! I look beside me, and Arsala is jumping all around the living room but she was dancing ‘ish’! I went to my dad and got the tickets and gave them to Arsala since she was bigger than me. All I thought of then was, would she keep it safe? Guess what she didn’t even tell me where she flippin put the ticket but thank god I had the code and that would help me go in. But tomorrow is the day for going and meeting Salman Khan.
OH! YES!! I forgot to tell you that I won by text to this number my mum and my dad and me and my uncle and my brother texts so in total it would be 5 people that did. I’ve tried to enter from 5 year and yes now is the time.
YES! It’s time to go! I get in my car with Arsala Baig. My dad drives me and Arsala to the Hall in Bombay. Five minutes later that stupid ARSALA FORGETS THE TICKETS!!! But I don’t really bother I get my code out give it to the counter. Finally I’m into the waiting room. I was a little irritated beacuse of that but my mobile saved me. Arsala Baig got the gift for him. We met him he looked really really handsome like on the TV’s.
Srushti people involved: Dad Me and Arsala Baig
At Norbridge some Owls came to visit. The first Owl’s name was Rocky and the second one was called Gizmo the third, Milligan and the last one was called Ronnie. They where cuter then anything. Here are some facts about Owls:
1. If Owls have black eye’s it hunts at night. If it has yellow eye’s it hunts in the morning. If it has orange eyes it hunts at sun rise and sun set.
Ronnie is an Indian Eagle Owl. Gizmo is an African Owl.
Rocky is a Barn owl and he comes from Britian.
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My best holiday was when I was to a village in India called Sausar. In Sausar I went to an Indian temple. The best part was when I saw a big river. The river had lots and lots of wild flower’s. The best part of Sausar is when it rain’s because if you come from a long walk you get to have the free shower. The picture isn’t any old picture it’s a big story of God in India. Many years ago some people in a land put lots of the gold and and sliver. After some time while it was there some thief’s came and tried to get the gold and silver but no no no god laid there so the theif’s wouldn’t get through.
Every year, thousands of Hindus participate in the festival Holi. The festival has many purposes. First and foremost, it celebrates the beginning of the new season, spring. Originally, it was a festival that commemorated good harvests and the fertile land. Hindus believe it is a time of enjoying spring’s abundant colors and saying farewell to winter. It also has a religious purpose, commemorating events present in Hindu mythology. Although it is the least religious holiday, it is probably one of the most exhilarating ones in existence. During this event, participants hold a bonfire, throw colored powder at each other, and celebrate wildly.
Me and my mum were preparing for dinner, also it was bonfire night. My dad and my baby sister went out side and keeping to the rules my dad kept the baby away from the sparklers… What happened was, bang, on my dads face! That’s why it’s called a firework disaster!
Diwali is celebrated by Hindus in Britain and all over the world.
Diwali is perhaps the most well-known of the Indian festivals. It is a five day celebration which occurs on the fifteenth day of the Hindu month of Kartika (during October/November in the Gregorian calendar). The fourth day of Diwali is the Hindu New Year.
The festival of lights is held in honour of Lakshmi (pictured right), the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity. Hindus pray to Lakshmi to bring them good luck in the coming year.