The Story Of Mr. Walabacha

One sunny day in Casto, a pink puppet named Mr. Walabacha woke up late in the morning while the sun is shining very brightly.

Mr. Walabacha had just graduated from the Casto Medical School.

Mr. Walabacha

And then he said, “I’m going to look for a job today” as the alarm ringing reminding him to do so.

So he took the newspaper and began to search for a job that was suitable for him.

Hours later he found a job he was looking for, and he rushed to take his pen, paper and envelope to apply for the job.

After his wrote his application letter, he asked his pigeon to send the letter to the Hilmanian Hospital or Hilmaniano Loptiko in Hilmanian language.

As soon as the boss of the Hilmaniano Loptiko read the letter, he went to Mr. Walabacha’s house and took him to the hospital to start working as a Hilmanian Doctor.

The next year Mr. Walabacha wanted to go on a holiday to his hometown, Casto Camelia.

A few of his friends wanted to join him so they all bought plane tickets to Casto Camelia together with Mr. Walabacha.

They all were very excited about the trip and when the day came, they all went to the airport together.

They boarded the plane but after a few hour in the air, the engine of the plane suddenly stopped.

People were screaming and Mr. Walabacha and his friends were very scared.

The plane was out of fuel!

It started to went down and crash into the water just minutes before reaching the Casto Camelia airport.

The plane was crashing down towards the water near the airport.

But suddenly millions of dolphin swam to the plane and caught and slides the plane.

Together the dolphins pushed the plane to the ground near the airport.

So everyone was safe including Mr. Walabacha and his friends.

They were all very happy and hoped that one day they can meet and thank the wonderful dolphins that saved them.

The End.

Author: Ahmad Ali Karim

Blogger. Official Ambassador at Muafakat Pendidikan Johor (MPJ). Columnist at Utusan Malaysia. Secretary at Pertubuhan Permuafakatan Pendidikan Malaysia (ME'DIDIK).

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