A day full of fun became into a worry, because our bus was damaged. we went to the zoo by bus, there we sang funny songs and one of the theachers taught us how to do different figures in a piece of paper.After 4 hours, we arrived to the zoo and we went to some games to have fun.We are thankful to the chauffeur, because he fix the bus and we could arrive to our homes.
We have to think in a positive way to have success in life.
Life is a journey and it is an admitted fact that how we travel and tackle this journey makes a difference to Our life. These adventures have many shapes such as educational and recreational trips, visits to attractive places and picnic parties.
Our descriptive essay topics are designed to spark creative thinking and can be modified for students in elementary, middle and high school.
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I lived one of the strangest moments of my life when I went to a summer course with other people.
The teachers in this course carried us to visit the Guadalajara's zoo and that day was very strange.
We went straight to the office of the in charge of Qasim Bagh. He gave us tickets and all the necessary information about the great Qasim Bagh. This beautiful shower in summer on a Sunday was Worth enjoying. We have never seen or heard many things about Qasim Bagh. We enjoyed the great scene, hustle, and bustle and spicy and tasty foodstuff available there. A visit to a historical place is a unique experience full of wonders and awe.
We started our visit from the main gate (Bab-e-Qasim). Then we again decided to visit other parts of Qasim Bagh. Last year I and a company of friends visited Lahore. Lahore offers great variety for tourists and visitors.
It was a splendid combination of old and modern art of construction. The Hiran Minar at Shakbupara tells of the strange story of great love of the emperior for his deer. I was transported into the past and felt myself part and parcel of the scene.
On the One side, it reflected the historical aspect of Muhammad Bin Qasim. The grand Shah Jahan Mosque with its spacious yards and bara-darees, in red stone, made us spellbound.