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If you don’t know why we are holding up three fingers it means peace and victory. Luke and mums camel didn’t want to move it was stubborn but mine was the best behaved.

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Hong Kong Day One

As we walked out of the airport it was filled with taxis and it was so hot you could barely breath.

The taxis were so small and the boot of the car was so small it couldn’t close the door, so they tide the door shut but it was still open, and I was ready to hear a thunk at the back.

As soon as we walked into our room it was terrible and it looked so fancy down stairs but in the room it was small and terrible.

Germany Day Thirteen

This day we went onto the hop on hop off bus and we went round the town and learnt about what the buildings were.

We stopped at the car and motorbike museum which I thought was the most boring thing I had ever done.

But we pretended to ride motorbikes and drive cars but mostly motorbikes.

Germany Day Twelve

We loaded our bags into the car because we were going to Munich. We said goodbye and then we left.

When we got to Munich we walked around and we found a reallly nice place to eat and the waiters and waitresses were dressed up like Hänsel and Gretel.

For dinner I had Schnitzel and coke and it was really good after that we walked back to the train station but we tried some home made chips and they were so good.

Germany Day Eleven

3F803651-BB66-4CBB-855F-8F7A26644709.jpegAs we crossed the border into France we arrived in Strasbourg and we took a boat along the harbour and it told us what the buildings were and all that.

Once we finished the boat ride we went to this church that was bombed in one of the wars.

For lunch I got a chocolate croissant and a lemon Fanta. After lunch we went on a two story merry go round I was up the top and Luke was beside me on a horse.

Later on we took Magdalene to the train station. We said goodbye and went home.

Germany Day Ten

3657747B-B47A-4A66-BA47-C58618974263.jpegWe are going to see what farms looked like hundreds of years ago.

We met Helen in the car park and ran over to entrance because it was pouring down.

The first house was close and it had started to spit so we walked over and the toilet was a hole in the ground.

There were three floors and the first floor was the barn where the animals lived and it had cow bells that you could ring, and up stairs was the kitchen and the bedroom. ( Back then everyone slept in one room to keep warm.)

On the third floor was the place where they kept the trailers and supplies there also was some big double doors that you could drive things in.

When we got to the last house we had to walk through the pouring rain to get to the oldest house that was in its original place and Someone lived in it. But it looked like it was one of the newest because it was the warmest.

(The picture up the top is the oldest house.)

Germany Day Nine

A1AC31A1-C242-4E1F-A9B9-615FBA390F4A.jpegWe got to Magdalene’s place and we made a tent for Luke and I to sleep in.

Later we went to the park to play, and there was this really steep slide and when you went down it you were flung right off of the slide into the sand.

20 minutes later we were picked up by a taxi ( Josua just came round with his bike and I was on the back and Luke was in the basket.)

 

 

Germany Day Eight

379E34C4-57DC-40F7-A685-9C93633B7F55This day we went to the fairytale garden. First we went onto the boat ride and it went through a tunnel and it went around the area that we hadn’t looked at yet.

After we went to Rapunzels Tower and Josephine and Magdalene said something in German to make her hair come down.

After we went to go on a train ride and it took us through a tunnel and it played different movies of different fairytales.

Next we went to the magic mirror and we looked in it and it had the evil queen and it looked like she had captured the seven dwarves.

We did a lot that day and I can’t tell them all so I will just skip to the ice cream shop. I got a cherry slushy, Luke and Josephine got a cherry and blueberry and once they had finished their tounges were blue!