Describe a Short Trip That You Often Take but Do Not Like

Describe a short trip that you often take but do not like

  • where you go,
  • when you go there,
  • why you go there,
  • why you do not like this trip

Sample 1

Well, I am a travel freak, so I love to visit far and nearby places. I would like to speak about my maternal aunt’s place, which is not far away from my residential area, but still, I can say it’s half an hour from my home. I usually go there after a week to know the well-being of my maternal aunt because I am truly attached to her.

She loves me alot and every time she makes a call and insists on me to meet her, so I normally take regular visits to her residential place. The house is being located in a remote area makes it very difficult for me to plan all the things. It is a more tiring activity because there is no good transport facility and people usually move from one place to another with the help of boats. In a nutshell, I can say river transport is the main means of transport, and our situation becomes terrible when the weather is harsh, and it is a must for us to go there every time.

We make prayer because we have a fear of getting drowned. But anyhow, we manage to reach my maternal aunt’s home. Also, sometimes during weekdays it is fully occupied by the people, and we hardly get some space to stand on it, and in the evening, we really get very tired it doesn’t mean that I don’t want to meet my maternal aunt.

I do love my maternal aunt, but poor transport really makes our situation pitiable. So I hope in the future there will be well-built roads so that people can move hassle-free by using their own private vehicles. Therefore, this is the trip that I often take, but I don’t like.

Sample 2

There was a time, that’s five years ago, I always visited my aunt in a hospital located in an isolated area. In my village, she was hospitalized because she had a fracture on one of her legs, so every Evening I do go there to spend the night with her since I live close more than my other relatives and my work is mostly in the morning, so I was assigned to sleep overnight and leave in the morning due to my job.

I dislike going there because first, I’ll go there on foot, the road is sometimes isolated hoodlums attack people there. During the rainy season, I found it challenging to pass through it due to the slippery nature of the road, so all these things made it extremely worrisome for me to visit my aunt, also caring for her contributed to my anxiety because it wasn’t easy doing so after work.

Follow-ups of Describe a Short Trip That You Often Take but Do Not Like

Question 1:- Do in your country people like to travel abroad?

Answer 1:- Yes people are mad to move abroad some people like to move abroad for higher studies while some for work purposes while others visit foreign countries to see the places which are very beautiful. People have different purposes for visiting abroad.

Answer 2:- In the part of the world I come from, people travel a lot, evidenced by the kind of congestion being reported on media on all routes of transportation, including waterways, as they migrate to neighbouring nations.

Question 2:- How much time do you think people should spend on a trip abroad?

Answer 1:- Well, it depends on the pocket of a person. If a person has enough amount to spend, then he can prolong his vacations overseas. If it doesn’t have, then he can shorten the length of his vacations.

Answer 2:- It depends on the aim of the person visit, take, for instance, a person travelling due to a health issue, you don’t expect him to come back in a month or a week time instead anytime he’s being discharged from the hospital, but on normal circumstances, a trip should not last more than a month. 

Question 3:- Who prefers travelling abroad the young or the old?

Answer 1:- Well, youngsters travel more than oldsters because youngsters want to explore new places that are the reason they travel abroad. Besides, they seek their greener posture while working there. The lifestyle, culture allure them to travel more.

Answer 2:- Of course, young people love adventures, and they like to explore and show friends where they have been. However, older adults have resorted to travelling as a means of easing stress and a form of relaxation too.

Question 4- Which is better for knowing more about a country travelling or reading books about it?

Answer 1:- I think when people travel more then, they can know more about a country’s culture, the lifestyle, economy as well as geographical conditions. They can get first-hand experience when they move to such places rather than reading the same things in a book or on the internet because when they personally visit then, they can enhance their knowledge more.

Answer 2:- You don’t have to compare sleep with death, and it’s better I see things with my eyes than reading about them in pages of a book because it will be quite exciting to see those places, feel them, know a lot of things that could not be written in a book, for instance, cuisines can’t be explained on a book, so it’s better I go there and see things for myself.

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