My First Joyous Trip Essay

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My first summer break ever traveling out of Minnesota was something I will never forget. My family and I decided to go to Canada, at an unexpected time during the summer. My family and I were brainstorming on ways of transportation, we all agreed that to go by vehicle. That was when we decided to drive there with a car on a road trip. The reason we wanted to go on road trip was because on a airplane, all you do is sit on a chair for hours, that seemed too tedious. Also, sitting on a plane is not enjoyable or interactive. My family and I wanted to have a family road trip experience, traveling in a car, and have that extraordinary time, for me to reminisce about for years to come.
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After we ate, we got back on the road. Time passed, and I felt full of ennui. We kept driving on the same road for awhile, and it was a long narrow path that was a bumpy road full of potholes. Time flew by, like a flash of lightning. I was very eager to see my relatives again. Before I knew it, my family and I, were reuniting with our relatives once again. Seeing faces of bright, contentedness, and a smile that left curves around their mouth. Each and everybody's smile brightened up the room, as if the sun started shining on your face when you first wake up. That is the feeling I felt that day the 21st of July.
We really started to spend as much time together as we could. We went together to many different place. Some of the places included The Soak City waterpark, The Toronto zoo, where we saw safari animals, and Toronto Mall. The Soak City waterpark, was swarming with people. That did not stop us from having a wild and adventurous time. When we got to the water park, as I was about to plunge into the pool, the fumes of chlorine from the crystal blue water attacked my nose and eyes. That caused me, to fall blindly into the pool. As I was falling, the splash of water filled my ears and the water suddenly...

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