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One day, Santa Claus was walking along 7th Avenue, feeling bored after delivering presents to all the children across the world.
When suddenly, he had an idea. Why don’t I take a trip? He thought. It would give me something to do.
So he decided to fly to the one place he loved most of all: Honolulu, Hawaii. He was tired of the snow of the North Pole and wanted a change.
However, the plane came spiraling out of control and crashed. Santa ended up alone on a remote island. "What will I do now?" He said to aloud to the silent ocean. He was afraid. "Mrs. Claus won't know what to do without me. All of the children across the world, what will they do without Christmas next year?"
He remembered what Mrs. Claus told him before he left. "Remember to have fun. Try not to worry. Stress is unhealthy." So he decided to make the best out of the situation. He spotted a stick in the stand and twine in the jungle and made himself a fishing pole. "This isn't so bad." He said. "This is actually kind of nice."
He exclaimed with joy at the site of and oncoming ship. "Did you crash?" A crew member yelled out. Santa nodded his head with tears in his twinkling blue eyes. "Come aboard!" He yelled. Santa did just that. He had decided that his little private vacation was fun, but it could never beat the happiness that came with making children across the world happy on Christmas day.
Santa pondered at the sun streaked skies and blue sea with an old scavenged bottle filled with coconut juice in hand. He felt satisfied. He had spent his day fishing, swimming, and reading from an old dog eared book he took along with him on his trip to Honolulu. He was living the high life. "Well, I guess I got the vacation I was looking for, Sparky." He said to a crab crawling along the shore. Santa squinted his eyes. There seemed to be something gliding along the horizon. What is that? He wondered. Suddenly, he gasped. "Over here!" He yelled.
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