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Autobiography One of my most memorable experiences was at Hong Kong Disneyland.  When we arrived, we  stood there staring at the wide reddish-brown pavement that wove its way around a majestic  water fountain with brown statues situated symmetrically around the edge, then past it towards a  green sheltered ticket office. After handing over our tickets, we stepped out from under the shade,  into the bright sunlight and walked into the town square. At the beginning of U.S Main Street,  we could see rows and rows of shops lining the street. We walked down the street slowly,  savouring the smells and sights that met us. Through the window of the Bakery I could see shelves  of Blueberry muffins, chocolate muffins; Mickey Mouse shaped rice krispies sprinkled with  hundreds and thousands, different types of bread and sandwiches. Looking over to the over side of  the street and into the open doorway of the sweet shop, I saw rows of biscuits in chocolate,  strawberry and blackcurrant flavours. Then over to the side were columns of gummies in Disney  character shapes like Winnie the Pooh, Donald Duck and Minnie Mouse. Last of all were the  lollipops that had their own shelf to themselves, right in the middle of the floor, in fruit flavours  and all of them in different colours. With a loud CLASH! We jumped a foot into the air and  realised that a parade was playing. We wandered down the street towards the end of it, when we  saw the percussion players, playing songs from Disney films. We grinned gleefully and whilst my  friends struggled to find the camera within their bag quickly, I fumbled around turning on my  camera that hung from a strap around my neck. Finally, we got them all switched on and took  turns in taking photos and videos of us with the musicians.  Our next stop was ‘Tomorrow Land,’ thankfully there was not a lot of people there because it was  still quite early (and because it was on the first rehearsal day). We skipped along to Space  Mountain – a rollercoaster ride in the dark – and stepped inside the building…
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  • Spring '08
  • Loughlin
  • Hong Kong Disneyland., majestic  water fountain, U.S Main Street, wide reddish­brown pavement, swirling colourful waves, control box woman

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