The highlight of our visit to the Auckland War Memorial Museum was the volcano room. In the volcano room we had an amazing day. There was a model of a house in Puia St. As I entered the room I saw a living room and a sliding window where you can see Rangitoto and the ocean. All of a sudden the T.V came on automatic and the news was on talking about smoke coming out of the water. The smoke gets larger and closer, the larger it gets the faster the volcano is going to form. All of a sudden a thud struck out of no where. It gave me a fright and the T.V turned off automatically. White smoke transforming into black smoke and the room was shaking so hard that it felt like a giant had grabbed me and shook me so hard. KABOOM! The volcano shoots out black smoke and a GIGANTIC amount of smoke rushing towards us like a tsunami. CRASH! Everything quietens down and on the T.V we heard 'The Aftermath'. It was horrible, blobs of lava popping out like a popcorn on the hot burning active volcano sitting right in the middle of the sea. Huge smoke flying in the air as high as the Sky Tower. Burning trees, plants and houses poisoning animals and people. Burning tyres ruling the skies by covering it with black smoke destroying our atmosphere and creating a new world of darkness.
Back to reality, a man in a suit talked about the volcano and told us to go on a website which has a guide to survive before a volcano erupts. It was very frighting and a bit exciting.