Wednesday, April 29, 2015

The adventure to the plant Neptune

That one day when I thought I would be fine I wasn’t I got stuck on the plant Neptune. I went there because we wanted to see what was on Neptune and what type of like dirt was on it. I was stuck there for almost 2 months. The two people that were with me were my friends Nicole and James.
         When we were out I space our space ship was damaged because we hit something like the junk that was floating around in space. When James and me left the spaceship we walked at least 10 miles out on Neptune. We were looking for any rocks or rare soil or something else.  

I realized some one was following us was when I turned and James wasn’t behind me. I was terrified so I tried to run away but I was to slow. The creature was like 7 feet tall and had razor sharp teeth that it could slice something in half. I tripped and fell over the big space ship when I realized I was safe and so was James cause He made it to the space ship just in time. At the end of all that happened I ended waking up in my bed at home on earth and saying to my self “ That was the weirdest thing I have ever seen.” 

Friday, April 17, 2015

Who inspires me?

There are a lot of things that inspire me but I decided to have Mrs. Brown be my inspiration because I think she is very interesting to me and she loves to speak Spanish she’s done it for over 22 years and now she is my cultural studies teacher. I have many questions to ask her. So what about you? 
The places she has been are very amazing; they are very beautiful because she has been to Mexico, the water resort, and the temple of Talum. She went to Mexico in 2008 or 2009 that was almost 7 to 6 years ago and Mrs. Brown and Mr. Brown was there for quiet sometime.
         She went out for Spanish in high school for at least 2 years and went out for Spanish in college for at least 2 1/2½ years. She has been teaching Spanish and cultural studies for 22 years and she can speak very fluently in her Spanish.
The things she uses her Spanish is when to teach class and to help others that speak Spanish understand the things we people say in English. She loves to speak Spanish when she wants to speak it.
All the things she does for us in school works for us that are doing Spanish and some that want to hear her say something’s in Spanish. She has been to many places, she has taught us things, and what she has done with it.  


Thursday, April 2, 2015

Travel report on England, London


            In London there are many things in London we can do but for me I’m wanting to know the prehistory, religion, and the things I can see in London.   
              In the history, London is known to be the oldest historical cities. It traces back to nearly 2,000 years ago. In 1999,the remains of a Bronze Age bridge was found  on the foreshore north of Vauxhall bridge. The six other metropolitan areas are greater manchester, Merseyside, West midlands, South Yorkshire, Tyne and wear, and West Yorkshire. 
           In London most of it is 70% Christian, 10% Roman Catholic, 3% Muslim, and 1% Hindu. Their daily activities are their most poplar hot beverage is milk and sugar. They like to drink tea and they eat Roast beef,Mutton, or pork. 
            Her majesties royal palace and fortress, known as the Tower of London, is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. The London bridge is at least 269 m long. The London eye is the most popular place to be visited and it is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. The height is a least 135 m. 
             We can learn a lot of things in the history of places, of where you could go, and the things you could see all over London. I hope all of you could see the wonderful place in the world. So have fun where ever you go.


        Information from encyclopedia: World book students, Sutcliffe, Anthony, Peter R., Edition year 2015
Information from website: Wikipedia 
Information from book: England…in pictures, By: Geography Department, Publication date 1997