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... It was during the speech that the Headmaster, Mr Knowles, asked to see us after school. This went really well, with him asking us about our time at school, and where we were from and all those sort of formalities.
It was only on Friday morning that I was informed that there are no classes after exams, therefore today is my last day at school. This was a sad realisation as I have enjoyed my time here. The thing is that, during the days before exams, numerous people ...
... comment was “you can’t sell baloney to a baloney slicer”.
Surprisingly, without Hanzel and Gretal bread crumbs, we did make it back to the hotel. I went to my room and Tyler proceeded to dust things up with management over incredible ridiculous service at the hotel lounge. He started out nice and then finished with “ I’m a travel agent and will never recommend this hotel”. Problem ...
... We caught sight of out first elephant by the side of the road. We also saw plenty of giraffes, hippos, impala and zebra. We heard rumour of a big lion pride nearby and headed off in search. We spotted a male with two females. They were inactive and only three in number. The driver nearly turned around before I told him there was a pride of 18 somewhere this direction. We drove on ...
... chunk and went to ground with it was the busiest I've seen the park with cars parked all over the road ways round the camps.
My only other job for the day was at the cub world gate was a miserable time since the weather just got worse and worse and ended up freezing cold and soaking wet but oh well tomorrow is another day.
... closed roads due to cycle events.
We arrived at the turn off to the park, road closed. I jumped out of the car and spoke to a marshall who tried to explain how to get round the race, it was difficult, so jumped into the car and used the sat nav and general sense of direction to get there.
Finally arrived and got tickets for self drive, it was feeding time in the lion area soon so we drove straight into where they were. Shortly a pick up arrived and legs of gazelles ...