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Write a short story based on the pictures below in not less than 100 words.

During the school holidays Aminah, Kirin and Helma decided to go on a trip round the countryside. After making sure that they had brought everything they needed, they set off on their bicycles.

They were in high spirits. Flowers were starting to bloom again and the fresh smell of grass was very refreshing. Kirin suggested exploring the fort that was situated on top of the hill. They had never been there before although they had heard many stories about the fort. The fort had a rich history It was formerly used for defending the whole town from invaders.

When they reached the foot of the hill, they decided to get off their bicycles. They were singing and pushing their bicycles uphill at the same time. Soon they reached the fort. They could not go in, however, as the door was locked.

Therefore, the three friends found a shady spot to have their picnic. They gobbled down the food as they were very hungry. The sky was turning dark so they decided to make a quick dash home. After clearing up, they set off.

As they were cycling downhill, suddenly Helma lost control of her bicycle. She crashed into Aminah who was also traveling at high speed. Both of them were flung off their bicycles. Fortunately, they only suffered superficial wounds. They hobbled along the road until a motorist offered them a lift to a clinic. They were disappointed that their adventure had to end like that.

     
in high spirit   If someone is in high spirits, they are extremely happy and enjoying themselves
     
hobble   To walk in an awkward way, usually because the feet or legs are injured
 
 
 

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