It was already late when we set out for the next town, 1according to the map was about fifteen miles away on the other side of the 2.
There we felt 3that we would find a bed 4 the night. Darkness fell soon after we left the village, but luckily we met 5 as we drove fast along the narrow winding road that 6the hills. As we climbed 7, it became colder and rain began to fall, 8 it difficult at times to see the roaD．I asked John, my companion, to drive more 9.
After we had traveled for about twenty miles, there was still no sign of the town which was 10on the map. We were beginning to get 11. Then without warning the car stoppeD．A quick 12 showed that we had run out of petrol（汽油）. Although we had little food with us, we decided to 13 the night in the car.
Our meal was soon over. I tried to go to sleep at once, 14John, who was a 15 sleeper, got out of the car after a few minutes and went for a walk 16the hills. Soon he came back. From the top of the hill he had seen, in the valley below, the 17 of the town we were looking for. We at once unloaded（卸）all our luggage（行李）and with a great effort（努力）, 18 to push the car to the top of the hill. Then we went back to the luggage, loaded the car again and set off down the hill. 19less than a quarter of an hour we were in the town, where we found a 20quite easily.