Monday, October 5, 2009

Around the World

Have you ever travelled anywhere in the world? Did you go by plane? If you have said yes, you know what I mean when I say no to turbulence! Turbulence is when 2 different pressures of air go on either side of the plane making it rock, spin, bump, and/or many other things. Anyway, this article is not about turbulence or the affects it has on your stomach. It's about travelling around the world. Different places in the world have different cultures, languages, food, temperatures, and people. For instance, the biggest difference between Zambia in Africa and Antarctica is the temperature. You could die if you flew to Antarctica, and then to Zambia in a really, really fast jet because of the temperature change.

Everyone has different places in the world they prefer for different reasons. For example; I like New Zealand for it's wildlife and climate of about 21 degrees Celsius while my brother prefers the cold climate Antarctica offers. My parents prefer Mexico's climate of at least 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

There are 7 continents in the world; North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australasia, Asia, and Africa. My goal in life is to visit each one. So far I have only done 2 or 3. Now, we, Neko and Teko, decided to interview people coming off a tiny plane arriving form Curacao about how the turbulence was on this small craft on a long flight and also how the pressure was on their ears. Let's listen in:

"Oh, It was just formidable! Atrocious food, multiple sequences of turbulence tuberculous." claims a greenish looking scientist who is investigating his vomit on a microscope.

"WAAAAA!!!!" screams a young child, holding her ears to try and relieve the pain. Pressure on your ears is extremely bad on small planes and they're still popping for days afterward.

"That's it! I've had it with you! I know it hurts! I feel it too!" exclaims a frustrated mother to her children who are bawling their heads off.

Despite the pain of the plane, travelling is a lot of fun. you learn new things that you haven't before. Who knows, maybe you'll visit some place you've never been before someday. Until then, learn about different places in books........~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Later on,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~Even later~~~~~~~~

Oh, no! We're out of time! Thanks a lot teletubies! Oh, well......anyway; This is Neko and Teko reporting from the teletubies cave where we are enjoying fake cookies!


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