Emily had the kofia down today and it was quite warm. The car rushed as if it was too eager to get to the harbour. au maybe it was just me not wanting to leave home, whichever it was I didn't like it. Emily was blabbering on about what her fiance had got her for going away, she was so excited. As far as I could make out through my thoughts is that it was a big broach with a extremly rare stone in it.
I just smiled occasionly at her and tried (failing miserably) to look excited. Emily turned around after five dakika of silence,"Hon whats wrong I noticed this as soon as wewe got into the car but didn't want to ask.".
I shrugged and said, "Oh it's probably just nerves. I've never been on a mashua before, only on an plane."
Emily shot another worried glance at me. I smiled at her,acting very well, she seemed convinced for now.
Her car curved a corner and the sea air wooshed around me, it shot up my nose and lightened the atmosphere, a little. Over the juu of my sunglasses the sun peeked in, they were half way down my nose. I giggled to myself. Emily smiled satisfied that I had let out a cheerful sound. UI could see the big cruise liner that we were getting on, I thought anyway.
It turns out it was that one, and we were one of the first ones in and it didn't really take much longer untill we were set off. It was going to be a long journey so we had our own rooms. It truly was luxurious. Emilys was slightly bigger for she had a bath instead of a kuoga but I couldn't wait to be in Austrailia. As I walked along the side of the mashua staring out to sea.