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Aug 30th Bondi, Australia

By Nicosia Rainey-Ray age 11

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Aug 30th Bondi, Australia

Me and my mom woke up at Michael's house. WE started getting packed; and we were travelling light at the time; to leave Michaels for good and head to Bondi before we leave Australia. We got our stuff and left Michaels house and said goodbye to him and went to Bondi beach. My mom had to load up one of my blog entries so she had to go to an internet cafe/ Mc Donalds. See at Mc Donalds in Australia they have free wireless internet, but the internet there was not working for anyone. My mom got me some fries from Mc Donalds, 3 chicken Mc nuggets, and a milkshake. The milkshake tasted wierd like a chlorine, the Mc nuggets tasted like chewy plastic, and the fries tasted like
ocean water. Later that day my stomach felt awful, not like throw up but more like a chemical process brewing in me. I've decieded that my body can not handle Mc Donalds food anymore and that I don't ever want to eat it again. We went to go down to the beach and picked our spot.When we got there I dug a huge hole with my legs inside and I covered myself back up and it looked like I was standing in a huge hole and my head was the only thing that popped up. After that me and my mom did homework untill it got too cold and windy.
I didn't like the beach that much because of how windy and cold it was. The reason why we stayed just in Sydney is because Australia is just as big as the United States and I don't think we have enough time because I need to go back hoime before school starts. WE took a bunch of trains to go back to Marks to get the rest of our stuff and then we went on a whole bunch of other trains to go to the airport. That is where we took a plane to go to Hawaii. We decieded to meet my dad there because Australia was too cold and we have never been to Hawaii.

Posted by nicoandkar 15:17 Archived in Australia

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