My sister, my mum and I were on the long drive to Blue Skies. We passed rivers with swimming ducks bobbing their heads in and out of the water. We saw hills covered in a lush pine forest. The smell of minty sap slowly filled the air. When we pulled up to Blue Skies, I jumped out of the car and ran to grass. In the distance, I saw a swampy fish po. nd. Then I ran, something had caught my eye. There was a gigantic pool with air-filled bubbles with kids rolling around inside. I lined up for a go. Finally it was my turn. I climbed in the ball but there was no air in it yet. I was sinking like the titanic. Eventually, they filled it up with air. I rolled around flipping around like a hamster. I banged into other balls like a bull dozer.