Monday, 2 November 2015

Australia

                        Australia 
Wipeout.
It was a blazing summer day in Aussie. It was 33 degrees outside.

 I was in a ride at dreamworld it was called the wipeout and it is so freaky but fun at the same time. Man it looked scary like the tower of terror. It looks exciting but scary at the same time. So here we go I was sitting in my set
Then the person who was running it said get ready so I was huffing and puffing. With excitement 
Then the wipeout started to spin round and round then I felt a bit sick and then guess what I spewed on my mum and I am not joking. This is a terrible ride I am never going on wipeout again. I tried to do a different ride.

 The tower of terror 2.
“the tower of terror is a really freaky ride i don't know why I am doing it maybe because I am crazy and my dad dared me to”. I am excited to do it to though. So I was getting on the ride called the dan dan da tower of terror. Then three two one voosh. We were off we were going around 120 km h which is really fast. Then we were going back down but at the moment I am looking straight down here we go so we are going straight down aaghh I felt like I fainted. After the ride my hair was sticking right up like a tall piece of grass.

6 comments:

  1. wow that sounded like fun I have been to dreamworld in Australia to. you really described how you felt.

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  2. Cool one day I want to go to Australia and try out all the theme parks

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  3. I LOVE this Max so much. It reminds me of our awesome trip together as a family. x

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  4. Sounds like an amazing adventure! You're braver than me, with a name like the tower of terror I think I would have picked! Nice work, Uncle O

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  5. Awesome writing Max. So descriptive, but must admit put me off visiting
    Dreamworld!! Poppa cannot say anything, he is still too stunned by your realism. Love Nonna and Poppa xx

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  6. Hi Max. I read through your all of your well thought out poems and creative writing. When I read your story about Australia, I felt like I was with you on the Tower of Terror. You paint a picture with your words. Oh, I was with you on the tower of terror ! Lets go back and do it again!
    Your poem about the fire painting was very engaging.
    The descriptive similes made the painting come alive in a new way. I like how you finished the it using questions to create a sense of mystery and the unknown.


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