Then, having aroused their readers’ interest or curiosity, they fill in the story or background. So what if you saw things that were “incredible,” did things that were “amazing,” observed actions that you thought “weird”?
I think this technique works great for travel writing; at least, I would rather enjoy a vivid snapshot than read through a day-to-day summary of somebody’s travel journal. These words don’t mean anything to me unless you show me, in a story or a vivid description, the experience that made you want to use those adjectives.
Here’s advice on how to turn a simple “my best trip” essay into a story that will inspire others to explore the world. Now that you’re back from your trip, you’d like to share it with others in a travel essay.
You’re a good writer and a good editor of your work, but you’ve never tried travel writing before.
In the society, there is much requirement of the best family because the real family makes a good community and good society makes a good country.
Everyone wants a good family, where all family members understand better to each other for anything.
My brother Sam is a students at high school and he is 17 years old. Finally, I am 19 years old and I am at college studying to be a mechanical engineer. In addition, you can write some sentences about your family likes and dislikes.
Similarly, my sister is a student at high school and she is 16 years old.
Please don’t try to imitate a travel guide or travelogue or someone’s blog or Facebook entry. What parts of your account are likely to confuse me?
You are not writing a real travel essay unless you are describing, as clearly and honestly as possible, yourself in the place you visited. Don’t worry if your “take” on your experience doesn’t match what everyone else says about it. (After all, I wasn’t there.) Where might you be wasting my time by repeating or rambling on about something you’ve already told me?