Imagine a waterfall right beside your cabin or imagine riding a camel in the desert … Good afternoon! I am so thrilled to be here writing on the blog again and tell you about the highlights of our exciting trip so far. We have done so many amazing things on our trip. I had a hard time deciding what to tell you about and we don’t have all day. I decided to narrow it down to my three favorite things to share with you.
The first place I am going to tell you about is called Pony Park City in Holland. Pony Park City was really fun because we got our own pony! One was named Anna, one was named Lolly and the last one was named Coen. At Pony Park City, we ride the ponies bareback. We did have reins. That was nice. I liked all of the ponies by my favourite was Anna even though she bit me once but that was my fault. In Pony Park City, a pony comes with your cabin. You only get the pony for one day, then you switch ponies the next day. If you like the pony you had, you can try to reserve it for the next day so you get the same pony every day. At Pony Park City, you get a cute little cabin with a big yard to keep the pony in. But you have to leash the pony to a fence so they don’t get away.
Nummy! Chocolate! if you love chocolate, you should go to Switzerland. In Switzerland, there are beautiful mountains, cows and amazing chocolate. We were in Lauterbrunnen, and we were right beside the tallest waterfall in Europe. Our hotel…well, it wasn’t a hotel. We lived in a trailer. The trailer was on a campground with a playground. We were a little down the road from the waterfall and we could see the waterfall from our the trailer. At night the waterfall was lit up by a lot of bright lights. For one of our outings, we went to the cheese festival. There, we got some real swiss food like Rosti. It was so delicious!
M-i-c-k-e-y M-o-u-s-e! One of my favourite places is Disney World in Florida. There was Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Magic Kingdom. First, let’s talk about Magic Kingdom. My favourite ride there was Big Thunder Mountain. It was the first roller coaster I ever went on. Next, we went to Epcot and Epcot was about seeing some of the countries of the world. Japan, Canada, USA, Morocco and a lot more. It was neat to see all the countries we had actually visited for real, like Morocco but very different because the real Morocco had a lot of cats and garbage. Last, but not least, Animal Kingdom where there are so many different animals like lion and tigers. I faced my fears and went on Expedition Everest. After I went on, I felt queasy but it was fun too.
I hope you liked my little presentation. It was so fun to share the highlights of my adventures up to Christmas. I would like to leave you with a couple of questions: Which one was your favorite place? If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?