Free Essays on A Visit At The Countryside

  1. Live in City or Countryside

    Live in City or Countryside If you have an opportunity to choose a place to live, what will be the perfect place in your dream; the bustling city or the silent countryside? Nowadays, more and more people move their home to the countryside. “Although the UK is an urban society...

  2. Advantages and Disadvantages Working and Living In the City and Countryside

    At the moment I am at College in Saraburi of Thailand, which is a cross between a town and the countryside. Coming from an industrial town, it is a nice change to be away from the dirt produced by industry and the traffic pollution, which occurs in towns. Also, I feel that living in a place, which is...

  3. Countryside V.S City Life

    should live: countryside or city? To make the best choice, we must look at three big differences between countryside and city: the environment, education, entertainment. First of all, the countryside has a quiet and peaceful environment. Since most people living in the countryside make their living...

  4. Ulaanbaatar the Capital City of Mongolia, Place She Should Never Visit

    discourage my professor to travel to my hometown. The cold winter, dangerous environment, and polluted air are the main reasons why Dr. Leonard should not visit Ulaanbaatar. Firstly, the location of Mongolia is 1324 meters above the sea level. That is why the climate is really moody and extreme...

  5. advantages and disadvantages of living in the city and living in hometown

    a city and in the countryside. The rapid economic growth in many countries has led to widening gap between cities and rural areas. One of the most controversial issues rising today is which place is better to live. I think everything has 2 sides, both the city and the countryside have the advantages...

  6. personal statement

    Banff and Alberta. We will return to China on August 2. I am very delighted to have this great opportunity to study in an English environment and visit some famous universities and enjoy the natural beauty of Canada. The major purpose of this journey is to improve my professional capacity in second...

  7. A story of Hermione Granger

    A lot of people decide to move to the countryside nowadays. However, there are still many people who prefer stay in the town and say that they couldn't live anywhere else. So which place is better to live? Let's think about both of them. I would like to start with the advantages and disadvantages...

  8. Expressive Mindfulness

    colours of spring and all the shades of gold of autumn so that I can appreciate the unmatched creativity of God...   I want to see a beautiful countryside covered with heavy snow through floor-to-floor glass doors and windows while sitting on a thick rug by a real fire with a cup of hot chocolate in...

  9. What Was the Impact of the Coming of the Railways

    growing numbers of people who travelled. More inns meant more people going to visit new areas which meant more money for the local people and the local councils. Also people who were staying in the inns would go and visit places around there. Small tourist shops would also benefit from the increased...

  10. The England Geography

    highest part of England is the west, from where the land gradually slopes down to the east. England consists largely of undulating or flat lowland countryside. But lower hill ranges also stretch over much of the country, most important of these are: the North Yorkshire Moors, the limestone Cotswolds, the...

  11. Celta Language Assignment

    Scrivener, 2005) Writing Task 2 Students will write a short informal e mail to a friend giving information about the places they want their friend to visit in their own country/hometown. Rationale: This task is real-life means of communicating. Having an informal style of writing encourages students to...

  12. Understanding differences

    individual. Germany’s beauty is in the countryside and their native language. If you can look past the negative stereotypes of Hitler and swastikas everywhere then the real beauty shines through in the culture. The people are quite pleasant and welcome foreigners to visit their country. (Fiedler, 2014).  ...

  13. Successes and Failures of Mao Zedong

    decisions greatly. In 1950, the marriage reform law stated that every man or woman was allowed to choose their marriage partner. However, in the countryside there were only few opportunities to meet potential mates. Often in villages there was little public tolerance for flirting or even extended conversation...

  14. Using the data provided what can you say about the ethnicity of the population in the national parks of England and wales?

    Phoenix, 2000) making social lives book. Inclusion- Scheme to involve black teenagers to take part in working on a farm to integrate them with the countryside- Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones. ‘Within weeks many of them wanted to stay in Cornwall’ page 27 assignment booklet ‘Concrete to coriander’ project aimed...

  15. Colonial Williamsburg

    duty, self-government and freedom of conscience. And it was at Williamsburg that lesser-known men and women became distinctly American citizens. A visit to the restored Colonial Williamsburg is а step back in time to а thriving 18th-century community. It is а theater of living history where merchants...

  16. Malay Festival

    will do other chores such as decorating and cleaning the houses. Days before Hari Raya, house compounds, particularly those in the countryside will be lit up with oil lamps known as pelita or panjut. This display of oil lamps will reach its height on the 27th night of Ramadan called the...

  17. social science

    growth of population came its name of ‘shock city’ (Briggs, 1990) and the reason behind this was industrialisation. A large number of people from the countryside went into the city for better incomes and lifestyles. This was a drastic step for people, but people still did it in the hope that there would be...

  18. Why People Visit Grasmere

    Why do people visit Grasmere/Ambleside? This question links to our GCSE course as one of the topics I have studied is tourism. Grasmere and Ambleside are small settlements but still manage to have many, many visitors each year. This is why they are great places to study what attracts tourists to certain...

  19. paul durcan

    This is a major international reward. In a lot of his poetry he mocks aspects of Ireland that he doesn’t like. In this poem, he glorifies the countryside and shows hatred for Dublin. The car journey described here would have been unusual in 1949. Few Irish people had cars then. Paul Durcan’s relationship...

  20. The Good Points of the Country Life and Some of the Problems You May Have If You Went to Live in the Country

    American economy. The millions of people from different countries visit the United States to admire the beauty of the local countryside or to relax on the beautiful beaches of Florida, to see the famous Statue of Liberty or the Grand Canyon, to visit the Los Angeles or New York, to give their children a few...

  21. Jb

    same period, Hamid's grandfather who lived in the countryside was there for a visit. He noticed the same thing too. The two men agreed that Hamid should be more independent, and they felt that spending his month-long school holiday in the countryside might help him. When they told him about this plan...

  22. Keep It Up Dude

    ancient Inca city before catching the train back to Cuzco. Tour 2 A full-day trip by road from Cuzco to Puno with fantastic views of the highland countryside. From Puno, we travel by boat across Lake Titicava, stopping on the way at the floating islands of the Uros people. These floating islands and...

  23. My little bit of country

    her parents thought that the ideal family life would be living on the countryside in perfect harmony with the ‘real’ nature. Because of this longing, they moved to Westchester to achieve the perfect family life on the countryside. Cheever starts telling her earliest memories of summer mornings in Central...

  24. Can Tho

    In my opinion, working as tourist guide is the most interesting. First of all, being a tourist guide enables us to know more about our country, visit beautiful places and meet all kinds of people. By traveling to many places, our knowledge about the characteristic of each ethnic group and their custom...

  25. Townes Van Zandt

    months before moving to Billings, Montana. Townes was given a guitar by his father for Christmas in 1956, which he practiced while wandering the countryside.[10] He would later tell an interviewer that watching "Elvis Presley on The Ed Sullivan Show was the starting point for me becoming a guitar player...

  26. Live in COUNTRYSIDE BETTER THAN CITY

    Living in the Countryside is better than the City. There are around seven billion people all over the world reside in our mother Earth. People in this modern era, especially young generation would prefer to live in the large metropolises rather than living in a countryside or small town. Because...

  27. Vacationing in Berlin

    Vacationing in Berlin versus Vacationing in Munich Germany offers a lot to the international traveler. In addition to its beautiful rural countryside, Germany’s two major cities, Berlin and Munich, can give holiday-makers a uniquely German and European experience. Even though both cities are within...

  28. Difference Between Rural and Urban China

    Boards. The China Cross-Cultural is scheduled for May 6 - 27, 2004. The three-week program will include a half-dozen cities and some time in the countryside. "We envision going in at Beijing, flopping around to a couple cities, and then exiting at Hong Kong," Weaver summarized. "I think there will be...

  29. Umbrian holiday: A descriptive essay about my family's vacation in Umbria, Italy.

    in a converted hay barn located in the heart of the Umbrian countryside. The house (hay barn) was over 100 years old and was perched on the top of the highest hill in the area. It afforded a sweeping view of the surrounding countryside. Being from the American Midwest, I had never seen anything like...

  30. Germany: Schleswig-Holstein State Brochure

    resorts along the entire eastern coast. Restaurants along the coast offering a view of breath-taking sunsets and walks along the beach followed by a spa visit make Schleswig-Holstein appealing in the winter too. The Wadden Sea National Park is another highlight on Schleswig-Holstein's west coast. It is...

  31. lorna doone summary

    he meet Lorna Doone and fall in love. But John keep it secret, their romance destined into tragedy. One day John’s uncle Reuben Huckaback comes to visit John’s farm, uncle Reuben insist that John take him to a viewpoint where he can see into Doone valley, in order that he can take his revenge. In the...

  32. Top Ten Places To Visit in Ancient Rome.

    Roman empire, so forts are built at strategic locations throughout the countryside from which troops patrol. 9 The Catacombs Come see the subterranean burial place for Christians where cremation was preformed. 8 The Forum Visit the administrative and corporate heart of Rome. The Forum is where business...

  33. I'M Not Scared

    Tuscany). The film was shot in Basilicata and Puglia, an area of Italy where director Gabriele Salvatores spent his youth. The primary set was in the countryside near Melfi (population roughly 16,000).[1] Many reviews misidentify the film's setting as Tuscany, because of the Sicilyan scenery and the crime...

  34. City and CountrySide

    City and Countryside Living in a city is a completely different experience than living in a rural area. First of all, living in a city is more modern than living in countryside. There are way more transportation services (bus, taxi, metro, tramway etc.) in cities allowing you to access all the services...

  35. Eating Bitterness (Review)

    insight into the diverse daily lives of the families as well as the constantly evolving codependent relationship between the city and countryside. The city and the countryside are connected by the movement of people, space, money and culture, but Chinese families remain the strongest link as they enable these...

  36. Viruses: Emerging and Re-Emerging

    neurological disorders, paralysis, and or death. (www.cbwinfo.com) Like all other mosquito-borne diseases, Japanese encephalitis is most abundant in countrysides, where standing water is present. In Japan, South and East Asia rather, common areas where JEV is prevalently found are flooded rice fields, and...

  37. Language and Literacy

    culture that’s broadened my views of the world for the sake of being multi-literate. Both my parents were born into small, rural villages in the countryside of Poland. The main mode of income for most families at the time, and even to this day, is farming, and my parents’ families were no different. My...

  38. lala

    became interested 23  photography several years ago 24  she was working as a tourist guide. Now she 25  her time searching for perfect images of the countryside in all seasons. This is 26  makes her work interesting. Most of her photographs are not just beautiful pictures of places, they also 27  a story...

  39. Nazia

    heritage. It has a glorious past and people of this district contribute a lot for Bangladesh from the very beginning. And when I had an opportunity to visit this district, I packed up my bags and was ready to set my foot in the historical place. Most people prefer to travel by bus these days. But I certainly...

  40. A Christmas Carol

    ever since he was young. And then…something extraordinary happened, to change forever this state of things. A ghost called Jacob Marley came to visit him. Marley had been Scrooge’s partner in his firm when he was alive; he had been dead for seven years. He was also the only person Scrooge could call...

  41. Why to Visit Japan

    Place to Visit Have you ever wanted to go to the beach, climb a mountain, visit a temple, and soak in a hot spring in the same day? You can do all of those things in Japan! The islands may only be 145,883 square miles, but there sure is a lot to do there. Japan is a very wonderful place to visit with people...

  42. IELTS written model

    care and  education. Agree or not agree?  ================================================= 范文1 Nowadays, the gap between the city and the countryside becomes more and more overt, which arouses colossal concerns. To understand the solution, let’s take a closer look at the causes of the gap at first...

  43. Mari Mari Cultural Village

    What is Mari Mari Cultural Village? Mari Mari Cultural Village tour is located deep in the countryside about 25 minutes away from the modern and developing Kota Kinabalu city. The village operates as a museum that preserves Borneo ethnic culture. It aims to share the knowledge, history, culture, and...

  44. England

    current” that central London attracts a “current” of young immigrant workers while middleaged indigenous Brits move into the suburbs and surrounding countryside. 7. No explanation is given to why ”fluency in English is a great gift for one’s children” – but what is your explanation? My explanation to...

  45. How I Learned How to Be a Real Coyntry Woman

    difficult it can be, to fit in and create a new life for our self. Especially for a citygirl in the coyntry. The story is set in the English countryside. The main character, Ruthie, and her family live in the south-western part of England in the county of Somerset. They live in a cottage which is...

  46. Why Do People Visit Museums When They Travel to New Places?

    Essay#4 Why do people visit museums when they travel to new places? Every new place that we visit has different history and culture. People can get to know about a new place by either asking from local people and travelling or visiting museums. Visiting museums is a convenient and easy way to understand...

  47. Witness

    and that family and community life doesn’t play such an important role. An example of this is with Books sister. Before Rachel and Samuel leave to visit Rachel’s sister, Alexander gives Samuel a hand made toy. Again this symbolises the closeness of the community, we as viewers coming from a modern society...

  48. Which Do You Prefer, Living in the Countryside or Living in the City?

    Countryside I think living in the countryside is far better than living in the city. There are numerous of reasons why living in countryside is the better than the city. The scenery, the streets, the people and the paced are totally different compare to the city. The first outstanding characteristic...

  49. A Visit to Scotland

    Visit to Scotland Right, so you have two and a half days to visit Scotland. Not very long, is it? And I suggest the first day stay in Edinburg. And in the morning go on coach tour of the city. Just for a half day, just for a morning. And on a coach tour you will see the castle, Edinburg castle, which...

  50. a three-day-tour to Sieam Reap

    is the most beautiful place in Southeast Asia. I would like to take you on a tour to show you a three-day-tour visit in some places in Siem Reap province. To begin with, you will visit the South Gate of Angkor Thom where Bayon temple is exactly in centre of the town of Angkor Thom. The city was ...

  51. U

    environment from Malta. Just traveling by coach on the French highways, I was able to see the most beautiful countryside. Our hotel was situated in the heart of Paris which gave us ample time to visit the most famous sites, such as the Louvre museum. After the French Revolution, the Louvre became the great...

  52. elocution

    are the fastest and the best way of commuting through the city. Bus services both inter and intra city are equally efficient. The ideal time to visit this city is between the months of October and February when this coastal city is free from humidity and the sultry climate of summer and also the excessive...

  53. Summer Vacation

    I go on a long journey in Europe. We visit ancient Hungarian and Austrian towns or go on a boat-trip on the Danube. I like boat-trips very much. The boat drops on anchor at every important town. We go out on the shore and an excursion for an hour or two. We visit the places of interest and have a chance...

  54. Mesmerizing European Countryside

    Mesmerizing European Countryside When I was 15, I went to Germany to visit my uncle for two months. Even though I missed quite a bit of school, I witness so much of the European history first hand that I could have never learned in a classroom from a textbook. Witnessing the historic castles first-hand...

  55. Will

    10. Children exposed to parental cigarette smoking are put at a higher risk of developing lung cancer later in their lives. 11. In the countryside, some smokers share the same pipe, which is even more unhealthier. 12. Smoking not only pollutes the air but also makes the streets dirty. ...

  56. Mxat Summer

    to the city, the food, music, cookouts, theatre, weather, you name it I loved it. We took a train to Cluj from Bukerest through an unbelievable countryside. We saw Romanians working the fields, roaming hills that went on forever, horse and carriages, beautiful skies, rocky mountains, and a touch of Romanian...

  57. Roseforemily

    have been said to have projected an elite image, a contained decorum in accordance to the morals and values of the classic culture of the American countryside of the 30’s. So, Miss Emily maintained to be a recluse, distant, sort of un-neighborly. When her father died, Miss Emily did not allow anyone to...

  58. HIS 112

    Ages Version 2 To purchase this material click below link http://www.assignmentcloud.com/HIS-112/HIS-112-Complete-Class. For more classes visit www.assignmentcloud.com HIS 112 Week 1 DQ 1 How has geography influenced the development of civilization?  Review one of the civilizations...

  59. About My Own Life

    difficulties. Those things made me have a lot of changes and made my life to be better. It is a meaningful past in my memory. I grew up in the countryside and had fun there. In my family, there were twelve members that consisted of my grandparents, my mother, my uncle, my five aunts, my two older brothers...

  60. Student studying

    many schools in the major urban centres; UNICEF, through its programme to boost basic education and extend early childhood facilities to the countryside and to disadvantaged areas; French Development Cooperation, through its continuing training programme for pre-school supervisory staff. SUPPLEMENTARY...