My Trip To Mali By Mysha

Surprisingly, the wind was breezy and cold. I stared at the tall beautiful buildings and I saw people crafting the most intricate designs into the fabric of each building.

I asked them what they were building, they said they were building universities, libraries and mosques.

The palace had a thick long gold pillar. I wondered who lived in this wonderful place? I saw ladies selling fine luxurious diamond necklaces and earrings. I was amazed by what I saw. Everyone looked like they were enjoying themselves.

Surprisingly, the wind was breezy and cold. I stared at the tall beautiful buildings and I saw people crafting the most intricate designs into the fabric of each building.

I asked them what they were building, they said they were building universities, libraries and mosques.

The palace had a thick long gold pillar. I wondered who lived in this wonderful place? I saw ladies selling fine luxurious diamond necklaces and earrings. I was amazed by what I saw. Everyone looked like they were enjoying themselves.

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