Journey To The Center of the Earth

Journey To The Center of the Earth

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  • Rushing home one day, Professor Otto Lidenbrock puts himself to work trying to decipher the meaning of an ancient Icelandic text. After some time on an Otto-imposed hunger strike, Otto's nephew Axel finds the translation.
  • Uncle!  I  found out the meaning of the  manuscript,  it tells the location and the passage to the center of the Earth.
  • Really?.... Prepare your self Axel we will have a long journey.
  • Immediately, Otto and Axel leave for Iceland, find a guide named Hans, and set out for the volcanic crater that is to be the entrance to the depths of the planet.
  • Axel and Pofessor just keep following on me, we will almost there.
  • Uhghh! Wait! can we stop for a while I'm so tired, where almost 2 hours walking this road.
  • Yes! Hans
  • With the aid of both Hans and the Saknussemm document, Otto and Axel are able to locate the right volcano and climb up and into it. .
  • We're here !
  • I'm ready!
  • Okey, lets prepare all the equipments we are needed. 
  •  In desperation, Hans digs a whole through the tunnel wall and finds an underground river. After replenishing their water supply, they follow the river down even further until it opens up into a massive cave so large that they cannot see the other side.
  • Wow!
  • Guys, I could not believe it, that there is a hidden place like this.
  • This is awesome!
  • From this point on the three men encounter a host adventures involving bizarre plants and creatures such as giant mushrooms and insects, a herd of mastodons, prehistoric sea creatures, dinosaurs engaged in life or death combat, and large, Neanderthal-like sub-humans.
  • Run!!!!!!
  • Axel, run!!!!!  Aaahhhhhhh!!!!
  •     Ahhhhhhhh!
  • The explorers don't reach the center of the earth, but miraculously, they survive from a volcanic eruption which shoots them to the surface again from the mouth of Mount Etna. Following this incident, the men rightly become famous.
  • Yes! I'm really back to the surface. whoo!
  • We're back!
  • Wow! That was a fantastic journey.
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