Last week my school arranged a picnic of two days for my standard. We went to Mahabaleshwar for two days.
It was a fine cool winter morning. We gather in the school at six o’clock. Two buses had already come there. The teachers counted the students. We were in all ninety two grouped into two groups Four teachers accompanied us and two peons took charge of the sports things. At half past six, we got into the bus and left for Mahabaleshwar.
We all were in a picnic mood. We sang songs and clapped. We were shouting and rejoicing. At 9AM the teachers served us sandwiches and potato waters for breakfast. At around eleven we arrived at Mahabaleshwar. We kept our bags and baggage on a lodge booked by the school for us. After a full meal we got ready for sight-seeing.
At first we visited Kshetra Mahabaleshwar. There we saw a big temple built where five rivers origine. We were surprised to see it. Our teacher explained us what an origin of a river is then we visited the famous Venna Lake. We were happy to see water and green surrounding. There we enjoyed boating and other water-sports. It was almost evening there. So we hurried up to the sun-set point. We saw the whole sunset. The sun went down the western horizon Brilliant colors spread in the sky. The view had a deep impression on my mind. When it was dark we returned to our lodge.
The next day was kept for visiting other points and vallies. Very early morning we saw the sun-rise, a golden and glorious scene. Then we saw other points. In the afternoon around four we went to the market. We enjoyed the strawberries and raspberries very much. I bought a cane stock and a bottle of honey.
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Then it was time to start our return journey. In a very merry mood and with new information we returned home. I enjoyed my picnic very much.