I guess everybody will agree that travel broadens the mind. That's true. Getting out of the place where you always live, then going to an unfamiliar place will be a kind of unforgettable experience in your life.
In my memory, I still remember the experience I went to travel the different places.
Travel Broadens the Mind
Today most people view travelling as a time to relax and spend their time in a stress free environment. In my opinion travel does broaden the mind even if you are only relaxing. Enjoying the scenery, the food and the culture all are a part of broadening one’s mind. It i
Travel broadens the mind
Traveling broadens our minds in different ways. I had visited a different country for the first time when I was 8. My father lives in Norway with his American wife. I had already tasted the other side of life. I am only 15 and I know life is in front of me, but from my expe
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Our world is a mixture of people, places, things built by people or by nature. It is fascinating that it is possible to discover each and every corners of the world. First of all, I would like to say that travelling is becoming more and more popular
Let me start off by asking you a few questions – do you go on a shopping spree every time you make a trip? Do you miss the high-end food you last tried? Travel, without doubt, has a lot of advantages that no one can afford to miss. But there’s more to travelling than just staying at the most exp
4.You need to travel from your home to a place 40 miles (64 kilometers) away. Compare the different kinds of transportation you could use. Tell which method of travel you would choose. Give specific reasons for your choice.
If I had a journey of 40 miles away from my home, I would
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Video Games Deadly for the Mind
One of the hot debates today is whether or not video games are responsible for teenagers’ violent actions. The website created by the National institute on Media and the Family states, “A recent report illus
Question: Travel is often said to influence travelers by making them more open to other cultures and new ideas. Does travel really broaden the mind? What are some other effects of extended period of travel?
Nowadays, travelling has become a lifestyle for people, and it is expanding fast. In a hecti
In LeRoi Jones's play, "Dutchman," elements of realism, naturalism and non-realism abound. The play features characters such as Clay, a twenty-year-old Negro, Lula, a thirty-year-old white woman, both white and black passengers on a subway coach, a young Negro and a conductor. All of these chara
The world is in love with personal travel. As human beings we love jumping into our vehicles and traveling to and from, when and where we would like. Our current modes of personal transportation, the gas automobile leave much to desire. Not only are prices of refueling increasing substantially but t
>From ancient towns to rolling rivers, charming towns to a bustling metropolis, Georgia offers whatever it is you're looking for. Today's Georgia is a state of superlatives - it's the largest state east of the Mississippi. It boasts the most pristine beaches on the Atlantic Coast. The nation's la
A Tale of Two Cities is a riveting novel that gives deep insight into the personal beliefs and life experiences of the author, Charles Dickens. Through this literary work, Dickens conveys his opinions about revolutions and their advocates. Also explored are the effects of prisons and imprisonme
Creative Writing: Under The Spell - A travel tale by Danny O'brien
"The great advantage of having an ancestry like that of a mongrel dog is I have
so many ancestral homes to go home to."
We caught the ferry from Le Havre, France to Ireland, land of my ancestors.
Every since I was a wee lad, my mi
Traveling broadens the mind
"Traveling broadens the mind more than reading." says a very popular Turkish proverb. It is true as long as one embraces experiences with an open mind. Traveling is seeing new countries, meeting new people, experiencing new things, learning a different side of life and
A Creation of the Mind
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Imparadis't in one anothers arms
The happier Eden, shall enjoy thir fill
Of bliss on bliss, while I to Hell am thrust,
Travelling enables many people to broaden their minds in certain respects.� When you travel you gain new ideas and experience new things.� However you do not have to travel miles to expand your horizons, and there are many disadvantages associated with travelling.
Travelling makes it possible t
Referring to acts 1 to 3, consider Hamlet’s states of mind and his feelings towards:
a) His father
c) His mother
During acts 1 to 3, Hamlet’s state of mind fluctuates when expressing feelings for his father, his uncle Claudius, his mother Gertrude and Ophelia. Each
There are 196 countries on this planet and 7,048,363,969 people who live on it. New Zealand’s population is about four million which is almost the same amount of people who live in only Los Angeles, California in the United States. The world has so much to see and enjoy. Everyone
TRAVEL & TRIPS
A presentation study of:
Bengana Abdeljalil Amjad Hannan
El Turk Maxime
If you were given a name of a place where you had been there before, can you tell me what is there look like? I think most people have alomost forgot already. Through thousands of miles, and you remembered nothing. So, it’s true that travel doesn’t broaden the mind.
“Most people can’t ada
1. Travelling broadens the mind
You know we can’t sit still for a long time. We are supposed to be on the move. Travelling is an activity that can be enjoyed by just about everyone. "Traveling broadens the mind more than reading." says a very popular Turkish proverb. It is true as long as one
What are the advantages and disadvantages of travel?
One of the advantages of travel is that it broadens the mind or, in other words, broadens an individual’s life experiences. In addition, the exposure to a another part of your own country or a foreign country allows you to reexamine your life
There possibly could not be a more captivating thing that thrills the imagination of man, than being able to travel to any point in the future or in the past. Imagine being able to travel back to your childhood, playing with your friends in the kindergarten, or your fist day in school
Peace of Mind
It’s quiet and dark, as I step out of the truck. The smallest sound startles me and has me hoping for the best. From the truck door shutting to the noises from opening my bow case. I park off and away a good two hundred yards. From this distance I cannot even see the stand from
A Look into the Human Mind
In his powerful novel, Slaughterhouse-Five, Kurt Vonnegut tells of a man named Billy Pilgrim who has become unstuck in time. He walks through a door in 1955 and comes out another in 1941. He crashes in a plane in 1968 and ends up displayed in a zoo on the planet Tralfa
"Travel makes a man perfect"
"Travel in the younger sort, is a part of education in the eider, a pan: of experience. ''----Bacon,
Traveling has become an inseparable part of modern living. We travel for business, for sight-seeing and for necessity. We go to Darjeeling to see a relative or to look
Travel is a very good means of broadening a person's perspective. It makes us come into contact with different cultures, meet people of different colors and enjoy different experiences. Travel may also relieve person of boredom, which brings us enjoyment and attraction. It gives you a pleasant exper
9 Benefits Of Travel
You're tired, you drag yourself out of bed in the morning, and you're losing your enthusiasm for your job, your hobbies and your social life. You've got some vacation time banked, but cash flow is low and you're wondering if it's worth the effort to plan to go away.
Of American novels that engage with the topic of mental disability, few are more popular than Daniel Keyes's Flowers for Algernon. Such popularity seems based on a simplistic reading of the novel where the mentally disabled are objects of good-natured compassion. A more thorough reading of how Charl
Ralph has a disease that is progressive; a degenerative disease that has attacked his brain and has resulted in impaired memory, thinking, and behavior. Ralph is one of more than 100,000 that die from Alzheimer's disease annually, which makes it the fourth leading cause of death in adults, after