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Unforgettable Experience

27 Jun

Whenever somebody asks me to relate an experience that I can never forget, millions of different experiences come into my mind. But there is one experience which I would consider to be the most unforgettable and most scary. It was the first time I rode on roller coaster. Why? The fear and anxiety that I felt, is beyond one’s imagination. Let me recall the whole incident.

It was a sunny day, I woke up early in the morning. The room that came into view was unfamiliar. “Weird!” I thought to myself. “Why couldn’t I recognize my own room?” After a while, “I remembered. I’m in the United States of America.”

“We are going to Disneyland today.” My sister’s voice interrupted my thought. I could sense a happiness in her cheerful voice.

The moment we reached there, my sister suggested, “Let’s go for a ride on the roller coaster. I’ve heard so much about the roller coaster in Disneyland and I’m dying to try for it.”

“No way, man. I wouldn’t want to be scared to death!” I protested, shaking my head from right to left as hard as I could.

“Come on, mom. Can we go?” my sister asked.

“No! No! No!” I answered. But my sister didn’t give in. She begged my mother until my mother said, “Okay, go on.”

Without wasting a second, my sister dragged me to the where the roller coaster was. I was really nervous.

“Wow!” my sister cried out loudly. She could not hide her surprise, “This is the biggest roller coaster I’ve ever seen.” I agreed with her in my heart. The big roller coaster that stood in front of me did amaze me.

“Hurry up!” urged my sister. I followed her unwillingly. I was even more nervous when I saw the sign CAUTION. My sister led me into a small room where the person-in-charge showed us our seats. I sat on my seat reluctantly.

“Relax and take it easy!” my sister tried to comfort me but it did not help. I nodded obediently and manage to flash her a smile.

After a while, I heard a siren that hurt my ears. The siren warned us that the scary trip was about to begin, I shut my eyes tightly. Both my hands seized the seat so tightly that they ached. I guess I was panicky. I tried to calm myself down but in vain. I heard people shouting excitedly. They were so eager to begin. Finally, I felt the roller coaster move. Slowly at first, then faster, faster and faster as it began to pick up speed. I felt my stomach turning upside down. It moves so fast that I nearly fell from my seat. I felt sweat streaming down my face from my forehead. My heart was pounding loudly. I regretted taking a ride on this scary thing.

“When will this big, stupid caterpillar stop moving? Please slow down, slow down or I’ll get a heart attack.” I pleaded in my heart but the roller coaster refused to listen to my pleas. I heard people screaming crazily. It was driving me nuts. The roller coaster swung to the right then to the left. It swung so hard that my head knocked against the front seat. When the roller coaster slid down from the highest peak, it was the most frightening part of the whole trip. My eyes were wide open. My heart stopped beating. I screamed at the top of my voice and my hair was flying wildly in the air. The fifteen minutes ride on the roller coaster was like fifteen years to me. My face was as pale as a corpse when I came down from the roller coaster. I buried my face in my hands because I felt the world was spinning. My father and mother rushed towards me when they sensed something was wrong with me. My whole body was trembling and my hands were icy cold. I opened my mouth to speak but nothing came out.

From that moment on, whenever people mention roller coaster, a chill runs through my spine. I think that ride on the roller coaster was the most unforgettable experience in my life.

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