"A Memorable Train Journey" Essays and Research Papers

  • A Memorable Train Journey

    Train 664 leaves Thirtieth Street Station bound for New York City at 10:55. Concurrently, Train 663 leaves the station, headed for Harrisburg. Both trains are, confusingly, called The Keystone. If Mark and I have tickets for Train 664 because we plan to celebrate his 58th birthday with a day of Manhattan museum-going, but somehow end up on Train 663 instead, how many miles do we travel in the wrong direction before we realize that we've made a terrible mistake? Or, to put it another way...

    2007 albums, 30th Street Station, Amtrak 757  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Memorable Journey

    A memorable Journey DS and my fellow student officer, assalamualaikum and very good noon. Today I am in front of you to discuss about my memorable incident from my life. ““A good long ride can clear your mind, restore your faith, and use up a lot of fuel.” And I love to do that. Unfamiliar territory may cause discomfort, travel expenses, being away from home/family, not being able to communicate well with the natives, with all this problems in hand, still people love to travel, spend huge...

    Elephant, Life, Place 881  Words | 3  Pages

  • Train

    passenger should travel with his/her ID card in original which is indicated on the ERS/VRM. In case he/she is not travelling, all other passenger(s) booked on that ticket, if found travelling in train will be treated as travelling without ticket and charged accordingly. Valid IDs to be presented during train journey by one of the passenger booked on an e-ticket :- Voter Identity Card / Passport / PA N Card / Driving License / Photo ID card issued by Central / State Govt / Public Sector Undertakings of...

    Identity document, Passport, Personal identification 913  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Memorable Journey

    XIAOQING BAI ENGLISH 335 PROFESSOR GRIFFIN MAR.9 A Memorable Journey My most memorable childhood journey to date is visiting Shanghai with my family. It is the year 2002 and I can remember the details of each place. I can remember the food I and my family ate. It's all still so fresh in my mind. There were many famous tourist attractions of Shanghai. The most unforgettable place was Oriental Pearl TV Tower. Oriental Pearl TV Tower...

    Bird's-eye view, CN Tower, Jin Mao Tower 502  Words | 2  Pages

  • Train

    Train No | Train Name | Serial No | Date | Reservation Status | 12147 | NIZAMUDDIN EXP | 1 | 8- 1-2013 | WL 99/WL 74 | | Miraj to NZM | 2 | 15- 1-2013 | WL 92/WL 62 | | 10.20 to 5.05 evening | 3 | 22- 1-2013 | WL 15/WL 10 | | Hrs: 30.45 | 4 | 29- 1-2013 | WL 27/WL 16 | | | 5 | 5- 2-2013 | RAC24/RAC 18 | | | 6 | 12- 2-2013 | AVAILABLE 107 | | | | | | | | | | | 12629 | SAMPARK KRANTI | 1 | 9- 1-2013 | WL 71/WL 40 | | MIRAJ JN TO NZM | 2 | 11- 1-2013...

    1, 12, 14 1596  Words | 7  Pages

  • memorable journey

    And last but not least, I improved my language skills just by being there trying to ‘survive’, as I said before. All these reasons proved that my experience in Cambridge, England was a unique one, and a journey that I will always treasured in my heart. That is why I considered it as a memorable journey....

    Better, Debut albums, England 580  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Train Journey ! an Inspiration for a Struggle for Human Rights and Evolution of an Ideology

    A TRAIN JOURNEY ! An inspiration for a struggle for human rights and evolution of an ideology Today I ‘m going to narrate few incidents that happened with Mahatma Gandhi in a train in south Africa and in India that made him fight against racism and human rights. Gandhiji left the shores of India in April 1893, full of zest to try his luck in South Africa. On his arrival at Durban, south Africa he soon became acquainted with the ugly face of racism and prejudice. A first...

    Gujarat, India, Indian independence movement 579  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Railway Journey

    A Railway Journey I am a frequent traveller. That’s because I am a small town boy from Rourkela studying in the national capital of India. My batch friends who live nearby take every opportunity to go home be that a one day holiday or a week’s holiday. I on the other hand cannot exploit every holiday because travelling takes me 48 hours to reach home. Unfortunately there is no direct train from Delhi to Rourkela. So I have to switch trains in a preferable stop. I usually prefer Ranchi station. From...

    Anxiety, Debut albums, Ranchi 1971  Words | 4  Pages

  • A TRAIN JOURNEY

    Etymology The English name Switzerland is a compound containing Switzer, an obsolete term for the Swiss, which was in use during the 16th to 19th centuries.[14] The English adjective Swiss is a loan from French Suisse, also in use since the 16th century. The name Switzer is from the Alemannic Schwiizer, in origin an inhabitant of Schwyz and its associated territory, one of the Waldstätten cantons which formed the nucleus of the Old Swiss Confederacy. The name originates as an exonym, applied pars...

    Cantons of Switzerland, Conscription, European Union 1526  Words | 5  Pages

  • Journeys

    A journey is a means of travel that can be physical, imaginative or inner. Journeys can offer new insights, experiences and enlightenment, however journeys involve obstacles and challenges that need to be overcome before these goals can be reached. Often journeys are taken to escape the real world and deal with problems, but it is how the individual deals with the experiences that defines their journey and who they are. The poem “Ode on a Grecian urn” by John Keats and the film “Alice in Wonderland”...

    Alice in Wonderland, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Definition 884  Words | 3  Pages

  • Journey

    Area of Study Essay- Journeys The Oxford Dictionary defines Journey as “an act of travelling from one place to another”; this could, of course, be taken literally. Instead, why not think of “places” as emotional or mental situations? So you take a journey between different emotional states. “The journey, not the arrival, matters.” This statement is correct for all four texts I will be discussing. The journey is more important than the arrival because it is the journey that makes people who they...

    Curtal sonnet, Emotion, Gerard Manley Hopkins 2117  Words | 5  Pages

  • Journey: Travel and Noun Adj.

    What is journey journey noun ADJ. long, marathon | brief, short | outward | homeward, return | onward The bus driver told us where to change buses for our onward journey. | bus, car, rail, railway, train, etc. | five-mile, four-hour, etc. | comfortable, easy, good, pleasant, safe I hope you had a good journey. Have a safe journey. | arduous, awkward, bad, difficult, gruelling, hard, tedious, terrible, tiring, tortuous | dangerous, hazardous, perilous | overland | cross-country | daily | overnight...

    2000 albums, Debut albums, English-language films 1260  Words | 4  Pages

  • Journey

    Essay Is it true that it is “The Journey, Not The Arrival That Matters” ?, In texts such as I Am David - directed by Paul Feig, The Road Not Taken - composed by Robert Frost, and The Ivory Trail – composed by Victor Kelleher. In each of the texts, the protagonist/persona learns a great deal about life throughout their respective journeys, more so than the eventual arrival. In the film I Am David, I believe that his journey was much more important than his arrival in Denmark. In order for David...

    Animorphs, Fear, Grammatical person 1001  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Journey

    Symbolism of the Journey Christye Cagle ENG 125 November 26, 2012 Jena Klein Symbolism of the Journey A symbol is something that has a literal identity but also stands for something else that is widely understood (Clugston, 2010). In A Worn Path and in I Used to Live Here Once there are many symbols found. The theme in each story is about the journey each lady takes. While each of the stories display similar themes each of them show a particular journey through which life can change....

    2000 albums, A Worn Path, Eudora 1561  Words | 4  Pages

  • Journey

    A journey is imperative for personal growth and development. In Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ it outlines the inner journey Offred undertakes throughout her life in Gilead and her journey to survive in a repressive totalitarian regime. This journey is also evident in Martin Luther King’s speech ‘I Have a Dream’ and the Negro’s struggle for freedom. Examining these two texts I have come to appreciate and understand the concept of journeys. In order for Offred’s journey...

    African American, Arthur C. Clarke Award, Margaret Atwood 1151  Words | 3  Pages

  • Journey

    Each person’s life is a journey on a contorted road dotted with bumps and craters. At certain points, the bumps could seem as high as mountains and the pits as deep as hell, making this journey called life appear quite despondent. Although occasionally, your predicaments are entirely fate’s blunders, but perchance, they are your own. Your personal characteristics roughly resemble a steering wheel for your journey. They could be positive traits, which could steer you on a more decent path; or negative...

    High school, Optimism, Pessimism 1602  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Journey

    Running Head: The Journey Symbolism of the Journey “The Road Not Taken” and “A Worn Path” Robert Frost (1916) and Eudora Welty (1941) Joseph J. Ward Ashford University Professor Gregory Salyer ENG 125 August 12rd , 2013 Symbolism of the Journey “The Road Not Taken” (Clugston, 2010) and, “A Worn Path” (Clugston, 2010) are two well written examples of life’s journeys that I am going to analyze and compare. “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost’s (1916) (Clugston, 2010) is a poem that...

    A Worn Path, Eudora Welty, Fiction 2534  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Journey

    The Journey: A Comparative Essay Rhonda Nelson ENG 125 Lenore Gallucci-Stevenson 4/1/2013 Sometimes, though not always, different genres of work can share the same general theme, yet uniquely communicate it differently. In this paper I will be comparing and contrasting the content, form, and style of “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost and “I Used to Live Here Once” by Jean Rhys. I will be identifying the ways in which each expresses...

    Fiction, Iambic tetrameter, Poetic form 1766  Words | 6  Pages

  • Journey

    Symbolism of the Journey in "The Road Not Taken" and "A Worn Path" ENG125: Introduction to Literature Deborah Duff Joshua Davis 11/ 05/ 2012 Symbolism of the Journey in "The Road Not Taken" and "A Worn Path" When reading a short story or a poem it is not possible to comprehend the author’s true meaning of his or her written word without implementing symbolism to bring the literary work to life. Sometimes the symbolism can be interpreted differently by...

    A Worn Path, Eudora Welty, Fiction 1793  Words | 5  Pages

  • journey

    Journey Speech The purpose of this text enable us to understand what the narrator made us think,reflect and considerate towards his painful and haunted life-journey. The narrator made us think by using many themes or key words such as satisfaction, betrayal,salvation and redemption to engage but also reflect the audience regret. A great example of this is when Amir has proved himself enough to redeem himself from his betrayal to Hassan. “ This may lead them to fight for their redemption by working...

    Audience, Hazara people, Khaled Hosseini 992  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Journey

    A Journey A. Essay Life is challenging. It doesn’t always turn out the way we thought it would – sometimes it turns out for the better sometimes for the worse. Due to these challenges life put upon us we once in while have to stop and ask ourselves whether or not the decisions we’ve made in life were right or wrong and wonder how life would have been if we had acted differently. At some point in life we all have to make such sentimental self-realization. In the short story “A Journey” by Colm...

    Edgar Lee Masters, Flashback, Short story 1631  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Journey

    True journey stories for me have always been The Wizard of Oz, Odysseus, Star Wars, and It's a Wonderful Life. The hero in each of these stories is usually immersed in feelings of hopelessness that are always initiated by a crisis. Dorothy suffers the loss of friends, family and home, and is ultimately exiled. Odysseus also loses friends, family and home, as do Luke and George Bailey. My crisis centered around the loss of my friends, family and home in Syria. Through past years, two of my best...

    2006 albums, Debut albums, Meaning of life 1184  Words | 4  Pages

  • Journeys

    study of micehal gows novel away, the documentary Cinderalla Children and the novel Fight Club, i now agree with Marcell Proust that “ We dont recieve wisdom we must discover it for ourselves after a journey that no one else can take for us”. The individuals in these texts gain wisdom from their journeys as a result of their experiences, perspective and personal growth, however some choose to use their wisdom more wisely than others. This proves that wisdom can not be received but rather we must discover...

    Chuck Palahniuk, Fight Club, Microsoft Narrator 1060  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Journey by Train: Summary

    The last train journey during the last Durga Puja vacation remains fresh in my mind. The journey remained important for the reason that it was a rare opportunity for me in student life. The half yearly examination was to be held after the holidays as per the notification. The news brought cheer and I eagerly waited for the opportunity to have a trek to Delhi, the capital of India. The prospect of visiting Delhi with my parents filled my heart with joy. I went with other family members from Cuttack...

    Debut albums, Delhi, Durga Puja 463  Words | 2  Pages

  • Wright: Poetry and Train Journey

    technique and through rich and vital imagery. ‘Flame- Tree in a Quarry’ (henceforth ‘Flame-Tree’) and ‘Train Journey’ are just two of Wright’s many poems that she has written that include these qualities. In these poems, Wright expresses her passion for the country she loves so much and her frustration and sympathy for her country as it is constantly being destroyed. ‘Flame-Tree’ and ‘Train Journey’ share many similar techniques. “From the broken bone of the hill”, this opening line from ‘Flame-Tree’...

    Alliteration, Emotion, Poetry 592  Words | 2  Pages

  • Journeys: the Wizard of Oz and Journey

    A journey is defined as the travelling of one place to another. However, whilst studying Journeys, I have found it is much more than that. Often, we underestimate the power and importance of the lessons a journey may possess. I have chosen three texts that relate closely to the aspects of Journeys of Discovery. My first selected text is a poem called ‘Journey’ by Narendra Kuppan. My second chosen text is the movie, ‘The Wizard of Oz’ and my third text is the book, ‘Tomorrow When the War Began...

    Dorothy Gale, Emerald City, Land of Oz 1378  Words | 4  Pages

  • Memorable Journey

    Freedom is a mental and physical expression, which gives us the privilege to achieve our goals, live in harmony, and live a fulfilling life. An individual attains freedom by birth and in many countries is granted by a sovereign legislation. This legislation written long ago gives an individual the opportunity to grow, prosper, and achieve the goals distinguished by life itself. In example, U.S. Constitution offers every native born American a set of rules to abide and in terms it offers rights as...

    Civil and political rights, Human rights, Rights 2161  Words | 6  Pages

  • Journey

    alternatives to the Wallowa area and Lapwai Reservation that the Nez Perce saw acceptable, fair and impartial. The Nez Perce at the had travelled over 1,400 miles fighting numerous battles and smaller conflicts along the way. It was an audacious journey, but they had survived. They stopped to rest near Bear Paw Mountain, according to them General Howard was days behind and they could afford a needed rest. Unaware to Chief Joseph, General Miles was closing in from the east. From September 30th to...

    Chief Joseph, Chief White Bird, Indigenous peoples of the Americas 1075  Words | 3  Pages

  • Stop This Train by John Mayer

    album, Continuum, in 2006. The album takes maturity as a theme throughout, with songs ranging from the politically charged “Waiting for the World to Change” to the heartbreaking and sultry sound of “Slow Dancing in a Burning Room.” “Stop This Train,” also a song from John Mayer’s Continuum, speaks of the unpredictable ground between adolescence and adulthood. It was written during a time which Mayer referred to as “solitary refinement;” He lied in bed suffering from double kidney stones and living...

    2008 singles, Aware Records, Continuum 1738  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Journey

    I believe the journey of life follows a predetermined pattern; we evolve from needing influence and guidance to finally reaching that point where our lives are up to us. I consider myself very lucky up to this point in my journey. Some people become sidetracked and wind up on a far different course than they initially planned, but the detours I made have only assisted in embellishing the individual instead of devouring it.  According to Freud a person's most important period to grow personality...

    Ethics, High school, Langston Hughes 3001  Words | 7  Pages

  • Essay on a Railway Train Journey

    purchasing the tickets seemed to be a difficult one. In order to have an idea of the difficulties of a second class journey, we intended to travel by second class. We found line , two of us stood in the line and it was with great difficulty that ten tickets were purchased. Then we went to the platform and found that the train was above half-an-hour late. We had to wait for the train on the platform. This long wait was very tiresome. I passed the time in looking at the scene around me, I observed...

    Cool, Passenger, The Station nightclub fire 526  Words | 2  Pages

  • Melodic Train by John Ashbery

    "Melodic Trains" Introduction and Main Theme Life is a perpetual journey into the unconscious regions of human mind, which brings up a new perspective each time an activity is stirred. The poem shows the poet sitting in a train heading towards a destination. He is not alone. There is a little girl who attracts his attention but only for a short time because later the people and scenes in and around the train capture his imagination. He feels in relation to the everything around him. According...

    Cognition, Cognitive science, Meaning of life 1334  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Journey

    English essay- Prescribed and related text “It is not the destination that matters, but rather the journey” “Journey” can mean anything. It could be travelling from one place to another, or an adventure. The concept of journey can be seen in three different ways; which are physical, inner and emotional. The prescribed text that will be discussed in this essay is the film “Beneath Clouds” directed by Ivan Sen. The related text that will be discussed is a visual text of a book cover called “The Ivory...

    2005 albums, 2007 albums, Essay 1224  Words | 3  Pages

  • Local Trains

    Local Trains: The Lifeline of Mumbai July 17, 2007 Rohan Rao Leave a comment Go to comments [pic]When a true to the core Mumbaikar utters “Aamchi Mumbai”, the local trains will always be an inseparable element of the true spirits reflected in these. The locals have become a hallmark of Mumbai and one is not surprised to know that the daily commuters call the locals as their first homes; this in not surprising considering the fact that some of them spend more than six hours travelling in these trains...

    Locomotive, Mumbai, Mumbai Suburban Railway 1655  Words | 4  Pages

  • Strangers on a Train

    While comparing the film’s Strangers on a Train, directed by Alfred Hitchcock and The Spanish Prisoner directed by David Mamet, two suspenseful mysteries unfold. In this essay I will compare both directors use of themes, tones, and camera effects to convey the thrilling story of a confused and tortured protagonist. While they are different plotlines, both stories overlap in many ways. Perhaps Mamet may have even made an homage to Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train by mirroring various scenes and themes...

    Alfred Hitchcock, David Mamet, Film director 1083  Words | 3  Pages

  • Inner journeys

    English Assignment Journeys can come in a range of different ways and different appearances. A journey can come in three forms: physical, imaginative and inner. The texts ‘looking for Alibrandi’ and my chosen text ‘Million dollar Baby’ highlight the inner form of journey. Inner journeys involve change, fulfilment, conflict, challenges and understanding; these aspects of inner journeys are what determine my chosen texts. The main techniques in inner journeys are crucial to understanding these texts...

    Audience, Clint Eastwood, Grammatical person 1004  Words | 3  Pages

  • Train Ticket

    passenger should travel with his/her ID card in original which is indicated on the ERS/VRM. In case he/she is not travelling, all other passenger(s) booked on that ticket, if found travelling in train will be treated as travelling without ticket and charged accordingly. Valid IDs to be presented during train journey by one of the passenger booked on an e-ticket :- Voter Identity Card / Passport / PA N Card / Driving License / Photo ID card issued by Central / State Govt / Public Sector Undertakings of...

    Identity document, Passport, Personal identification 935  Words | 3  Pages

  • Physical Journey

    Section III: Essay Focus – Physical Journeys How do the texts that you have studied explore the assumptions underlying the concept of the physical journey? There are many assumptions about what a physical journey is. On one level, it is simply the movement from and origin to a new area known as the destination. The underlying concept however is much more detailed on a personal level. Physical journeys essentially begin with a catalyst, trigger, course that gives a person or people a reason...

    Elisabeth Shue, Rabbit-Proof Fence 2182  Words | 6  Pages

  • Travelling: Travel and Long Distance Train

    Travelling by Train. |railway station | |waiting-room | | |platform | |journey | | |to take a train | |booking-office | | |to change trains ...

    Server Message Block, Travel, Trip 542  Words | 6  Pages

  • Paragraph on a Memorable Journey in the Train

    ------------------------------------------------- Mughal Empire From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "Mughals" redirects here. For other uses, see Mughal (disambiguation). Mughal Empire گورکانیان (fa) مغلیہ سلطنت (ur) | ↓ | 1526–1857 | ↓ | | Flag | The Mughal Empire during the reign of Aurangzeb c. 1700 | Capital | Agra (1526–1571) Fatehpur Sikri (1571–1585) Lahore (1585–1598) Agra (1598–1648) Shahjahanabad (1648–1857) | Language(s) | Persian (official and court language)[1] ...

    Agra, Aurangzeb, Babur 3315  Words | 10  Pages

  • Enrique Journey

    Michael Peters Enrique’s Journey Reading Response Paper Dr. Clark EDUC 2120-Sec 07 4/17/2012 When first learning that we had to read Enrique’s Journey, I was not as excited as others in the class. I really didn’t think that I would enjoy the book, or learn anything from the book or the characters within the book. But once I started reading this book I couldn’t put it down and in a weird way I wanted there to be a sequel just so I could find out about Enrique and his family now. That being...

    Debut albums, French Revolution, Left-wing politics 1585  Words | 4  Pages

  • Maglev train

    Magnetic levitated trains are abbreviated to maglev trains. Maglev trains do not have engine to pull the train cars rather they use the basic principles of electromagnets. What are electromagnets? Any current carrying conductor (e.g. wire) has a magnetic field around it. It loses its magnetism when the current is turned OFF. Electromagnet is a coil of wire. It is usually wound on an iron core with many turns lying side by side. This is done because; the strength of the magnetic force produced...

    Electromagnet, Electromagnetism, Levitation 1377  Words | 5  Pages

  • Holdens Journey

    Life itself is a journey full of bonding and experiences which lead to wisdom and understanding. Without maturity one may never have these life teaching experiences. This leads to an empty shell of a person never truly feeling passion, love or peace. Holden Caulfield in The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger is an adolescent struggling to mature into manhood. He is on a journey towards maturity and identity. Holden’s threshold crossing, road of trials, and flee and return are . The threshold crossing...

    Debut albums, Experience, I'm Crazy 1123  Words | 3  Pages

  • Enriques Journey

    Tulej Period: 2 The Boy and His Journey Immigration is a very dangerous and risky journey. Everyday immigrants try so hard to make it to the United States. This journey involves parents trying to support kids back home, families trying to start over, or kids trying to get to their mom; but some do not make it through this hardship. Those individuals, who make it, try like never before to support themselves and the family they needed to leave behind. Enrique’s Journey by Sonia Nazario is a well written...

    Illegal immigration, Illegal immigration to the United States, Immigration 1673  Words | 4  Pages

  • Virgin Trains Swot

    History of Virgin Virgin Trains was born on 29th of November 1996 when it was awarded the Cross Country franchise following the privatisation of British Rail, the franchise will last until April 2012. Along with the Cross Country line, Virgin also won the West Coast franchise and took control on the 9th of March 1997, this franchise will end in March 2012. The West Coast line was the last but one of the franchises to be handed over to the private sector, all of which had been completed in less...

    British Rail, Public transport, Rail tracks 1440  Words | 5  Pages

  • My Most Memorable Trip

     MAY THEIN KYAW ENGL 0310 February 2 , 2014 My Most Memorable Trip My country is Myanmar. It is one of the countries is South-East Asia. It is important neighboring countries are China, India, Laos, and Thailand. There are many interesting and beautiful places all over the world. I had a most memorable trip in two years ago. I went to a range of hills known as Kayik –Ti-Yo, the ancient city of Bagan and Pyin Oo Lwin. First of all, we had t scramble up...

    Burma, Pyin U Lwin, Southeast Asia 643  Words | 2  Pages

  • East Midlands Trains

    have got office-based teams; we have people based at maintenance depots and a team of dedicated people who have a roaming brief to make sure all of our buildings and equipment are maintained. We are a major train operating company: Over 2,000 employees   87 stations  88 trains 473 train services a day, carrying 26 million passengers a year 883 miles travelled every day   Our vision Growing our business through great people, delivering great service, achieving great resultsOur valuesAs...

    Conductor, St Pancras railway station 939  Words | 5  Pages

  • Inner Journey

    Life is a series of journeys, and all journeys involve a period of time. This period of time can depend on the degree of change and the significance of the journey but will always result in a change of personality and self beliefs. This meaning of inner journey is portrayed throughout a long and meaningful search for cultural identity and heritage in both Sally Morgans ‘my place’ and Phillip Noyce’s ‘rabbit proof fence’. Where the characters in both texts are of indigenous heritage but are striped...

    Culture, De tribus puellis, Family 2636  Words | 7  Pages

  • memorable holiday

    Resort about three days. About seven o’clock early in the morning, we took a car to go to Jeti Mersing from Kota Tinggi. Around nine in the morning, we arrived at Jeti Mersing and my father parked his car at there. We take a bot at ten o’clock. Our journey from Jetty Mersing to Tioman Island is about one hour and thirty minute. Along travel to Tioman Island by bot, I saw many interesting scenery like a lot of monkey when our bot is near to the near Island and the water was very clean and clear blue...

    Automobile, Father, Johor 1048  Words | 3  Pages

  • Life Is a Continuous Journey

    continuous journey. Some journeys are short and some long. Some journeys are sweet and pleasant while some are sour. Some journeys are too memorable to be erased by the sands of time. I had one such experience. The memory of this journey continues to flicker, on and on, in my mind even after several years. We reached on 9th Dec., as our train reservation was for the following day by North- East Express. We reached the station early in the morning, the next day and boarded the train. The train started...

    Debut albums, English-language films, Gospel of Luke 523  Words | 2  Pages

  • Reflections of a Memorable Journey

    A JOURNEY THAT IS WORTH KEEPING FOR… Last September 30, 2011, the students enrolled in the course Introduction to Arts (BSIT4)/ARTS (BSBA & Educ) had a once in a lifetime experience: a journey that is worth keeping for. The sweat, stress and all the pressures that we had during the preparation up to the performance night can be considered as a “sacrifice” na hindi malilimutan at maaalala even up to this very moment na tapos na ang performance night, dahil hindi lamang ito ginawa para sa aming...

    Devanagari, Greatest hits 383  Words | 2  Pages

  • Train Spotting

    upon misery, heat it up on a spoon and dissolve it." It would seem that palliation is futile, and ignoring the reality of bad situation does not even come close to circumventing it. Perhaps this is where we find a meaning for the film's title: a train, hurtling towards you at lethal speed, cannot be diverted from its tracks; you have to acknowledge it, and get out of the way. Averting your eyes is no solution. But such assumption of responsibility is conspicuously absent in Trainspotting; far...

    1996 in film, Drug addiction, Ewan McGregor 1281  Words | 4  Pages

  • Enriques Journey

    Enrique’s Journey Author: Sonia Nazario Publisher: Random House Trade Date of publication: 2006/2007 In Los Angeles, California, the author Sonia Nazario, was at her home when her maid, Maria Del Carmen Ferrez and her began talking about children, and Sonia...

    Family, Humid subtropical climate, Immigration to the United States 980  Words | 5  Pages

  • Impact of European train

    for all operators. In the long train trip that passengers need transit to other train’s line, the passengers don’t have to waste the time buying the new ticket for other rail operator that they are going to use. The collaboration of Europe’s rail operators make the train ticket covers all usage. Comparing to the air transportation mode, the passengers don’t have to go through any security screens. They can arrive at the train station in a few minutes before the train leaves. In the winter, the...

    High-speed rail, Paris, Public transport 1688  Words | 7  Pages

  • Article; Train Fares Essay

    Train fares go off the rails. Are train fares becoming affordable for only the rich? Travel is ridiculously expensive: bus train or taxi, but especially the train. As trains are used by many people for various reasons to travel: to and from work; to and from school; to and from visiting family or holidays. They are used daily, and can be used by anyone any age, to anywhere they need, and this is why trains shouldn't be so expensive. Trains are know as being the quickest,most efficient...

    Cost, Price, Pricing 1103  Words | 3  Pages

  • Enrique's Journey

    thrilling narrative of Mexican immigration, Enrique’s Journey, Sonia Nazario portrays an immigrant child who battles adversity and defies the odds of reaching US borders by freighthopping, risking his life on multiple occasions. The author retraces the protagonist’s steps, twice, in order to get the subjective point of view to exemplify the tribulations the boy had to face. Enrique’s forsaking inspires him to brave the uncertainty of his journey so he can pursue his mother in the United States, seeking...

    Anger, Childhood, Family 1043  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hero's Journey

    The Hero’s Journey—Kung Fu Panda Many people believe in heroes, who are selfless and willing to sacrifice themselves to benefit others. Heroes also exist in different cultures, and they usually represent courage and adventurous. According to Joseph Campbell’s theory, heroes in stories undergo a process called “The Hero’s Journey”, which is the classic plot structure of heroic stories, in order to achieve great deeds. Kung Fu Panda, a movie by the DreamWorks, demonstrates the theory of Hero’s Journey...

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  • Maglev trains

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