Friday, December 30, 2011

Riyadh Gallery


I will continue what happened at the field trip.

We got inside Riyadh gallery and as we walked we looked at all the shops. Then we climbed up the escalator. It was fun. The children’s play area was Oceanica. 

I, Aamna, Lynn and Safana were a group. The first ride we went on was the bumper cars. We love bumper cars like hell. So each of us climbed into a car and then started to have a happy time dashing each other!

Then we went to another ride. Its name was pirate ship or something, I really don’t remember. It is mostly in the form of a ship. It is like a swing only that it is much scarier. It goes to and fro high. Me and my gang were sitting at the last seat so when the ship swung backward, when we looked down we felt like we were going to fall down any minute. I enjoyed because I kept my head bent down so I only felt like I was flying, but Lynn kept yelling and screaming in my ear.  

Lynn, Aamna, and Safana went on the boat ride but I didn’t want to so I just strolled around until they came back.

Then we went on another ride which wasn’t that scary. It simply went round in the air, then it would suddenly stop and go up and down, up and down.

There was another ride called drop tower. It would go up, and then come down like climbing downstairs.

Aamna and Lynn went on the rollercoaster, but me and Safana did not. They went on it about 3 times, and by that time me and Safana were impatient.

After they finally got out of the rollercoaster, we then went to a ride called fire brigade. The ride went round and you had to squirt water on fake fires.

We then had the mood to go on the bumper cars again and this time we had more fun. Out Maths teacher Princi Ma’am also joined us.

We had our lunch from KFC. Lynn and Rabia bought chicks from the mall. Rabia bought 2 and Lynn 1, which  I had to look after. I taught them how to hold the chicks too.

Some big girls came to our class. One of them I think was Rabia’s sis. She told to Rabia’s chicks “If you scare me I will throw you out of the window !”

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Class assembly + field trip = Fun day!

As I got ready for bed I was really excited “Tomorrow is the field trip to the mall Riyadh Gallery, plus our assembly. “ I told myself “What a day it is going to be!”

As my school bus is always late and my Dad could not drop me at school today I went with Nichiket and Niharika. As we reached our school I got out and thanked uncle Sunil and ran to my classroom.

Some of my classmates had already reached there. After settling down we made a dash to the playground while two girls went to the staffroom to call our class teacher.

Our class teacher came as we stood on our places on the stage. I and a few of my classmates were for a friendship song.

Soon as the assembly was about to finish Zainab the comparer said “Now I would like to call upon the DPS choir for the Saudi National Anthem followed by the Indian National anthem.“  I hopped down the stage and joined the choir. “AAchoooo!” A loud sneeze from outside the gate made us all giggle, I could hardly keep a straight face during the anthem. 

We went then back to the class. “That sneeze was tremendous” I chuckled “I almost died!” Lynn threw her head back and laughed. Then our class teacher entered the class. We put on our bags. “Wait! It’s not the time yet! ” said our class teacher. We groaned.

Enough of what happened at the class! I will continue from when we walked towards the bus.

My partner was Lynn. Ten of my classmates and me climbed into a bus along with Amita Ma’am and the whole class of 5B.

It was lots of fun in the bus. We all enjoyed a lot. As we reached Riyadh gallery all of us started to scream.

I will continue the rest tomorrow. 

Monday, December 12, 2011

School news

I don’t have any incident or anything like that to write about, so let me tell you just a few things that are going around here.

Now we have the school assembly in the ground. Want to know why? Actually the girls and boys assembly’s are now separated. So the Girl’s assembly is in the ground while the Boy’s assembly is held in the auditorium itself. To tell you the truth, we girls think that the auditorium is much better. Because it won’t be good for us when it gets really cold outside.   Plus the stage is too small and there is no podium to keep the papers. Our class assembly is on 20th, and our whole class is in it. We do not know how all of us are going to stand on that tiny stage.

All of us girls would have loved it if the boys stood outside in our place, because in our school we detest boys as they keep teasing us and then at the end all of us call each other names  and later everybody gets busted by the teachers. It’s not pleasant.

One of my classmates is going to China. She is my best friend and her name is Eeshta. One day me, another best friend of mine Lynn and Eeshta had our morning snack at Lynn’s table during recess.

Eeshta- “I am going to China next month.”

Me- “ Wow!”

Lynn- “But when you reach there you will forget Hindi, so when you go to India and somebody asks you something in Hindi you will be staring and say ‘Duuuuhhh’!!!!!!”

We could not help giggling at that. 

Friday, December 2, 2011

Rain rain don't go away

Nothing much has happened now except that the monthly tests are still going on…

I have 2 more tests, Malayalam and Science. Science was supposed to be on last Tuesday, but it was a holiday ‘cause of heavy rain. The weather forecast said so. But there was no heavy rain, though. The rain was just drizzling or a little more than that. All of us students spent a happy day at home. 

I am going to get a Scholar’s badge. That is a badge you receive if you do well in exams. I will get it for last year exams on Annual day.

Annual day’s chief guest of last year was Kapil Dev. This year annual day will be on first week of January. But the principal is not telling us who the chief guest is this year. He is keeping it as a surprise.

Anyway, as a reward I got a Subway sandwich from my parents (though I haven’t received the badge yet).

Wednesday night Dad had a desert trip. This was a trip from his office and there were only a few people. I couldn’t go, and I was a little sulky.  But it was good I did not go, because Dad came back very late and told us the next morning that it was 5 degrees in the desert.

Man, I should have known that a desert is really cold at night.

There is nothing more for me to write, so I guess this is the end.