The thing that I miss most about summer is King's island. I had a pass so I could go when I wanted to and it was always a fun time. It is a good time to hang out with friends and go on rides. My favorite ride there is the beast because it isn’t too bumpy and it has a ton of sharp turns and caves. It also is slightly scary with all of the fake warning signs. The food at Kings Island is also decent so I wouldn’t have to go get lunch. If I get tired of the rides then I can go on the water rides and the wave pool. The water rides don’t usually have the longest of lines if you get there early but if not then they are worth it. My favorite overall is the Tropical Plunge. This ride has the drop shoot, You stand in a vertical tube and you wait for the countdown and the floor drops underneath your feet. You then shoot down the tube and you make it to the end. All of these factors make Kings Island a very fun place, and the thing that I miss the most from summer.
One of the most important parts about writing is the process behind it. An essay should consist of an introduction, a body and a conclusion. Even though essays seems very mind boggling, it is actually an easy process if following the correct writing steps. It can be even easier if
In the tip of Texas, I was raised in a small city called Port Isabel. The community was very placid. You rarely heard the police siren go off in the neighborhood, or anyone committing a crime. Port Isabel always host fun activities for the community. La Pachanga, Tree Lighting, Feast of Sharing, High School Band Concerts, Marathons Relays, and Parades are the fun events that the community gives to the cordial people in Port Isabel. The city was near a beautiful Paradise island. When temperatures would rise above 90 degrees, everyone will pack their swimsuits, and hit the beach because of the intense heat. Even the sun will wear sunglasses.
There is no other place I feel more at ease than at Kiawah Island. I have been going to this summer getaway every since I was a baby, and my love for this little island off the coast of South Carolina will never fade. When we roll up the driveway of 90 Jackstay Court, I feel a surge of elation, as I know I will be spending the next week with my family, cousins, and grandparents. I run my hands across the granite countertops where I can already smell the intoxicating aromas of a home cooked meal. First thing in the morning, my cousin and I grab our sand battered bikes, and start pedalling on the boardwalk to the beach. I’m careful on the narrow wooden platform, with the painful reminder of when I fell off into the brush. We hop off our bikes
With all preparations made for our big water crossing, provisions laid in, fresh water on board, poop tanks emptied, cooler packed with ice and beer, fuel tanks filled up, we left Sanibel knowing it would be many days before we saw civilization again. After a night on the anchor at Marco Island, we’d be crossing the Gulf of Mexico, heading do South, Destination - The Keys!
It was a peaceful and normal first hour. Well, at least for the people in it. Everyone was yelling, and the teacher had just given up on trying to stop them, and now was just browsing for a retirement home in Key West. I looked up at Jordan, who was
There I was sitting in the tender, which has just set off from the Veendam, hoping not to
We finally docked to our first destination, Catalina Island. Stepping on the island was so surreal, the air was so fresh, the island scenery covered in green, and the houses were unbelievably beautiful. A group of decided we wanted to go parasailing so we all chipped in and got tickets to go. Four of us, girls, and other passengers got on this speed boat and sped off far enough to catch good air for the parachute. A couple of people were ahead of us so we got to see what we were going to expect and hear the people's opinion on how it went when it was finally our turn to go up. Gisselle, my roommate, paired up to go together and we were very anxious. We both got geared up and the boat started going to get some wind. We got shot off the boat,
The Bahamas is a very beautiful, and scary, place. The tourist sites aren't run down, the people there clean it. Something that is like the island is the cruise ship, in the sense that they are both very elegant. The people that lived there had a very laid back lifestyle that anyone would love. If I had a choice, I would live there.
When you wake up from a coma and you find yourself on an island with only your family. The only thing I remember was flying and then boom, the plane crashed. I was on an island and that is all I remember.
For me, Islanders Aquatics has been more like a family than a team. We always have been a very close-knit group, and strong bonds were continuously formed throughout the years. The members of this team became some of my closest friends; not only did they help me become a better swimmer, but a better person. I’m extremely thankful that I was given the opportunity to be a part of this team.
The first time I went to Saint Augustine, transpired in the fifth grade, for a field trip, we rode charter buses there and back, which ensued the first time I had been on a charter bus. My mother, planned to be a chaperone on the field trip, however, she just had my baby sister and could not come, nonetheless making it the first significant field trip that I went to without her. It remained incredibly cold outside when we arrived, nonetheless we all had a pleasurable time. First, we went on a tour through the oldest city in Florida’s downtown area, there we started the tour all the historical buildings and learn the history of them. First, we visited the school, a little one room shack that had held the students that were permitted to attend.
Anna Maria Island One evening in April, we headed to Bishop airport in flint,to fly to Tampa, Florida. When we were at the airport I was so anxious. This was going to be my 5th time flying, so it wasn't that new to me. Our plane arrived at the airport at 8:00 pm and we were boarding at 8:30 pm. The plane ride took about 2 hours and 30 minutes. We finally arrived in Tampa, Florida. My grandma and grandpa picked us up and we hit the road for about another hour. My aunt, uncle, and my two cousins were meeting us at the house we rented on Anna Maria Island.
In between towering mango trees and dirt roads shaped like snakes lay a town of humble origins named San Marcos. This town in the heart of the Nicaraguan jungle would be my home for the next decade. My father didn’t get in touch with his feminine side, but went through a heart transplant that rendered him an
Treasure Island By Robert Louis Stevenson The main character in the story is Jim Hawkins. He is a young boy who looks for adventure. He and a few experienced men search for Ben Gunn, and want to have him enlist in their cause. They steal the Hispanolia (a ship) and return it to the captain to which it rightfully belongs.