We woke up especially early today because we needed to go to London!
We visited the Natural History Museum and watched the play: "The Railway Children", best activities ever!
In the Natural History Museum, we visited the mammals and the dinosaurs parts. The whole thing was so massive that we only visited 1/10 of the whole museum! We saw lots and lots of fossils of dinosaurs, extinct animals and creatures. I was shocked they were all real! Whales, T-rex, extinct deers, pygmy elephants, twin tusked narwhal... Different fossils popping up in my mind now.
The play was also super. They whole story was very interesting and the stage of the play was very special that the audience was sitting next to a rail! It was so awesome!
I am actually extremely tired, as I had to wake up at six o'clock. On school days, I wouldn't wake up for another hour, and still I would drag myself up unwillingly. Today was different. We were going to London's Natural History Museum! It was amazing! There were fossils and models there. The souvenir's shop was the best! Ha!
After that, we watched the show "The Railway Children" it was about...(no spoilers!!!!) Overall, it was a good play and we always laughed.
10th August, 2016
Out of Cambridge for London! Today was a rare chance to London during the study tour. I was looking forward to this day for a long time already!
Today I woke up early in the morning at about a quarter to seven. I had breakfast today on the coach as the whole Cambridge Tour was rushing for the opening for the Natural History Museum. Inside the museum, it was so big. It was divided into different zones like dinosaurs, mammals and birds. I now know a lot of new extinct species in the past. The one I loved the most is the dinosaur model part. It was designed as a life-sized dinosaur and it could move and make sounds. I actually thought I was in the wild making adventures.
In the afternoon, I went to watch a show called Railway Children. It was located at the Kings Cross Theatre. The story was about a family with its father sent to prison because of delivering high classified documents to another country and how the mother and the children lived without their dad and trying to find him and write him letters. It was quite sad when I heard the father was sent to prison for five years! I had never felt such a fright for the dramas. Everyone was so tired after the day and slept all way long on the bus ride of two hours.
Time to retire to bed! And ready for the next exciting day!
Haha, why am I writing here? It's because now I am part of the tour!
Happy to see these little guys learning and experiencing so joyfully these days in Cambridge and London!
Well, I guess I should just leave some pictures here (just met them at the Canteen) but I'll tell you more about the very important events tomorrow: the final presentations and formal dinner for the junior group.
Write you more tomorrow!