Essay on Childhood Scene

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Childhood Scene It was early morning and the last day of my holiday. The sun, almost a semicircle and the colour was strange, a dark shade of orange, peeped itself over the top of the top of a tall monstrous mountain, like an anxious child at a window. The shadow it castled gradually slid itself over the rooftops of the little white houses situated in the town of Costa Teguise. The dingy shadow eventually moved further out to see as the afternoon approached. I was by the Hotel pool. It was shaped almost like an ear, very obscure. Filled full with crystal clear water transferred to a laser shade of blue by the tiles that rested on the bottom. This was the main pool. It was shallow at one end,…show more content…
I stood up. The pool looked inviting as the sun glared off the shimmering surface and reflected into my eyes. I stretched and jumped into the pool. I expected a cool refreshing feeling all over thus hoping to relieve me from the risk of burning and being uncomfortable. The water level rose up to my neck, I shivered. It was so cold. I felt like I couldn't breath. Although, as I began to swim lengths of the pool, my body soon adjusted to the temperature of the blue salty pool water. It began to feel warm, and so did i. I started to get bored of swimming up and down so I thrusted my self out of the pool at the opposite end to where my towels and clothes were laid. I noticed the sun had gone behind a cloud at this time, and now even out of the pool I began to feel cold. I briskly walked to my lounger and wrapped my whole body in a towel and sat there. The sun began to emerge from behind the cloud like a car headlight in fog. I lay back slightly warmer for at least another hour, and then headed back to my apartment. This was only a very short walk from the pool and along the way I passed the on site mini market and the Tennis courts. There was one tennis court on site but it was rarely used, so I could get on it whenever. It was always free! The apartment was to my liking, very much so with a colour television and a radio that both stood firmly on a modern looking pine unit.

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