Callum’s list of things to do on a boring lllllllllooooonnnnngggg distance train

  1. write a story that has the same num­ber of chapters as sta­tions you go through. As soon as you stop at a sta­tion you have to start a new chapter.
  2. eat a sand­wich by tak­ing a bite whenever you pass a hill.
  3. design tools that would be really cool but com­pletely useless.
  4. draw car­toons.
  5. make riddles and puzzles for other people to do.
  6. invent new games.
  7. play old games
  8. read…read…read..read…read…read…
  9. draw ran­dom things.
  10. make up ran­dom phrases.
  11. learn words of the lan­guage of the next coun­try your going to (learn how to say hello in each lan­guage for my French teacher).
  12. work out how many trees we’d have to plant if we flew and if we’ve planted enough already (see plant­ing trees at Badenyon).
  13. meas­ure how fast the train is going by look­ing out for mile (oops kilo­metre) signs and tim­ing how ling it takes to go between them.
  14. work out how to say “I will not buy this record, it is scratched” in all the lan­guages of the coun­tries we are visiting.

=) Callum

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3 thoughts on “Callum’s list of things to do on a boring lllllllllooooonnnnngggg distance train

  1. ahem, you’re sup­posed to be telling people that long dis­tance train rides are excit­ing, cool, the latest fash­ion, this season’s must have item, the trend­i­est, tasti­est, best thing ever — not BORING!x

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