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The group's inayofuata stop is the Museum of English Rural Life. This museum showcases the history of the English countryside with exhibits on farming, food, and craft. Multi-language audio guides were also available upon request in the ticket booth. The five Marafiki and the Beatles enjoyed looking at the exhibits while using their audio guides to narrate the stories behind them. After going through them all, they bought some vitabu in the souvenir shop. Their third and final stop in the itinerary is the Motion Simulation Room, which allows visitors to try their hand on driving a range of racing cars in fully professional simulators, thus delivering an unbelievably realistic and immersive experience. Everyone had a blast here, and they even got a group picha as a keepsake. As they went back outside, Rosie remarked, "That was such a wonderful tour we had!" George replied, "It sure is, love! We had lots of fun." Rosie said, "Yeah! Since it's already getting dark, shall we eat chajio, chakula cha jioni now?" George replied, "Certainly." Rosie said, "All right." With that, the five Marafiki and the Beatles walked until they found a pizza restaurant. They then went in, got their orders, and waited patiently for their chakula and drinks to arrive.

TO BE CONTINUED
posted by 80smusiclover1
And so we come to the mwaka 2008. I have to say that this was another great mwaka for me and my family. We kicked it off with a sekunde trip to Singapore in February, which is in honor of my parents' tenth wedding anniversary. My sister came with us again in this trip. We had a lot of fun together, as usual. I also finished my Occupational Therapy classes, and the progress ripoti revealed that my behavior and concentration had greatly improved, which means my ADHD is now under control. We were still searching for a condo unit during the first quarter, though. Other trips we had during this year...
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A faster version of pixel peeker polka.
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instrumental
muziki
It's a new song, but it sounds like it came from the 80's.
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This is from 1979.
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Theme Song: link

The Island Of Sodor, 1976

It was a very foggy morning on the Island Of Sodor. Henry was going as fast as he could with the flying kipper. It was hours behind schedule.

SeanTheHedgehog Presents

A Thomas The Tank Engine fanfiction

The Great Race

Starring Thomas The Tank Engine (As if the earlier part of the credits didn't give that away)
Henry
Gordon
Duck
Samson
Emily
And many others

Henry: *Crosses Vicarstown Bridge, and enters mainland, and sees a red signal ahead*
Jinty & Pug: *Resting in a siding*
Workmen: *Waiting kwa three pick up trucks built kwa Ford, and GMC*...
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posted by 80smusiclover1
2007 was the beginning of another transitional period in my life. My parents had thought about getting a condo unit in Manila, since we tend to go there zaidi often now. Prior to this, we would usually stay in a hotel overnight when it is already too late to travel back to Laguna au when my father is too tired to drive. We aimed at two convenient locations for our search: Makati City and BGC, au Bonifacio Global City. Also, because of this, we only had one trip during the course of the year. We went back to Indonesia in June. Unfortunately, on the sekunde siku of this trip, I contracted tonsillitis....
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I was taken to the hospital again kwa the time 2006 rolled in. This time, it was not because I was sick. It was because I was inaonyesha signs of a certain special condition. I would be very hyper and impatient, which drove my parents crazy. I was also quite slow when it comes to finishing my schoolwork. After the doctor allowed me to finish some puzzles to test my concentration, he diagnosed me with ADHD, au Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. He then told my parents to try enrolling me in Occupational Therapy classes, as he alisema that they could be very helpful in aiding my condition. They...
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We now enter the mwaka 2004. This mwaka marked our first trip to Singapore, which is one of my inayopendelewa countries. It was also during this time when I had just finished my Kindergarten. After my completion, the teacher held a meeting with my parents. She suggested to them that I be homeschooled instead when the inayofuata school mwaka comes around. She thought that it would be better that way since I wasn't interested in the group activities, and because I could also work independently with minimum help. At first, they were reluctant about the idea. But after a while, they agreed on it. My mother also...
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posted by 80smusiclover1
The first half of 2003 was quite a dark period for me and my family. I started to have difficulty breathing and felt very sick. This caused my parents to become super worried, so they rushed me to a children's hospital. After the doctors examined my present state, they announced to my parents with a somewhat pessimistic tone, "Sir, ma'am, your daughter is suffering from a severe bout of asthma. Unless wewe find a remedy right away, she might not be able to survive." However, that didn't stop them from trying to cure my illness. After leaving the hospital, we went to a nearby drugstore. There,...
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The following year, 2001, my parents became very concerned about me because I had not been talking yet. I would speak in gibberish, but not in full sentences. Knowing that they had to do something about this, they enrolled me in a speech therapy school. To their surprise, after only one class, I was finally speaking properly and almost flawlessly! As a result, they decided to terminate the rest of my enrollment because they knew that I was just going to be bored. They were also quite amazed that I could speak English very fluently, even at a really young age. I also developed an interest in...
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2000 was a bittersweet mwaka for me. This period saw the birth of my sister and our moving to a new house. While my mother was pregnant with my sister, she explained to me that I will be having a sibling soon, and that I will be a big sister when she comes out. I was quite excited and nervous at the same time. When the big day, June 13, finally came, my father and I went to the same hospital where I was born to meet my newborn sister. My mother was still sleeping when we arrived. And just like that, I transitioned from being the only child to the eldest child in my family. Realizing that taking...
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posted by 80smusiclover1
Before I begin, I would like to thank Peaceandlove67 for inspiring me to write this shabiki fiction.

If there is one word that I think best describes my childhood, I would have to say that it was colorful. There were some ups and downs, but ujumla, jumla it was a great one. Anyways, this is my story. I was born on December 3, 1998 in a small town called Los Banos, which is located in the province of Laguna, south of Luzon island in the Philippines. My parents were going on a road trip to Manila on the siku of my birth. They were just about to enter the national highway when my mother suddenly began to...
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The sun rose beneath the surface of the lake on what turned out to be the last siku of the camping trip. Madison's aunt and uncle, Alexandria's parents, and Connor's parents got up as soon as they were awoken kwa the sunlight. While they were eating breakfast, they saw some rangers scouting the area. Madison's aunt asked, "Do wewe think we should ask them to help us find the children?" "Okay, sure." Madison's uncle replied. The two then approached the rangers. "Excuse us for interrupting your patrol, but can wewe please help us find our Lost children? We've looked everywhere for them in the woods,...
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