"Pleasure Of Travelling" Essays and Research Papers

  • Pleasure Of Travelling

    health care[4] or fleeing war or for the enjoyment of traveling. Travel may occur by human-powered transport such as walking or bicycling, or with vehicles, such as public transport, automobiles, trains and airplanes. Motives to travel include pleasure,[5] relaxation, discovery and exploration,[4] getting to know other cultures[4] and taking personal time for building interpersonal relationships. Travel may be local, regional, national (domestic) or international. In some countries, non-local internal...

    Bicycle, Merriam-Webster, Seat belt 676  Words | 3  Pages

  • Travelling Troubles

    on material needs. Of course, journeys have some disadvantages, for example 1. high costs of traveling, 2. danger of disease, etc. So all you need to do is to take extra precautions to be sure that you have a safe journey. I am sure that pleasure of traveling and getting new experience is more important. Especially for those who enjoy the comfort of their homes there is one good saying “No one realizes how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old, familiar...

    Hikaru Utada, Travel, Trip 889  Words | 3  Pages

  • Preference: Travelling

    This research studies the relationship between cognitive psychology best suited in studying human behavior and traveling as part of one of our social activities when choosing destination sets: rejection, preferences, behavior in the planning of a pleasure vacation, travel distance to take into consideration, and the possibility of hiring a travel agent to minimize local distances rather than total distance depends on our level of education and personality, how engaging traveling is to our cognitive...

    Cognition, Cognitive neuroscience, Emotion 780  Words | 3  Pages

  • Travelling

    Travelling transport weather, seasons, nature arrival, departure, luggage moving about the city hotels plane  car  train on board the ship  by ship but: on foot  taxi  bus  sea  1. Which is the quickest method of travelling?  2. Which is the most comfortable?  3. Which is the cheapest?  4. Which is the most expensive?  5. Which method of travelling is the most interesting?  car Catch/ miss Get into/ Get out of Get on/ Get of ride take drive bicycl e Boat ship bus + motorbik...

    Airline terminology, Arrival card, Departure card 792  Words | 15  Pages

  • The Pleasure Principle

    The Pleasure Principle The purpose of life has been discussed since the beginning. No one knows the meaning of life, and if they do, they’re not telling. Even trying to write off life as having no point doesn’t satisfy anyone; it doesn’t’ make a difference. Brittany doesn’t like the egocentric view that humans take as to say the answer purpose of life exists solely within themselves, not animals or other species. We don’t agree that religion holds the answer to the question of the purpose of...

    Happiness, Hedonism, Human 1270  Words | 4  Pages

  • Travelling abroad

     PRESENTATION Topic: Travelling abroad Title: Flying yourself by travelling abroad Group: Fireflies Members: Nguyen Ngoc Minh Hang (leader) Nguyen Thuy Ngan Tran Phuong Nga Bui Thi Phuong Dung Dam Thi Van Trang (Minh Hang) Good morning teacher, good morning everyone. First of all, let me thank you all for coming here today. For those who may not know me, my name is Nguyen Ngoc Minh Hang and I am the leader of my group, whose name is Fireflies. We...

    Hikaru Utada, Tourism, Travel 1697  Words | 6  Pages

  • PLEASURES OF READING

    Pleasures of Reading Some people get pleasure from picnics and tours. Others like to discuss various topics and find pleasure in it. But the reading of books provides us with such pleasure as we do not get from any other activity. Great is the blessing of books. Books are written by learned persons. They contain the best experiences and thoughts of their writers. Literature is said to mirror society. Writers put in their books not only their own ideas and feelings, but also what they observe and...

    Feeling, Fiction, Novel 916  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pleasures of Eating

    Aundrenee Nash Writing 121 Chris Jensen May 10 2013 The Pleasures of Eating Summary and Response In “The Pleasures of Eating” Wendell Berry wants the reader to recognize that eating is a cultural act. He believes we are eaters not consumers and that we should have more knowledge about the food we eat. Berry wants the reader to questions where the food is coming from, what condition is it produced in and what chemicals may it contains. He has found that the food industries blind us to what...

    Agricultural economics, Agriculture, Eating 1060  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Pleasures of Solitude

    The Pleasures of Solitude by John Cheever The text under analysis is “The Pleasures of Solitude” by John Cheever. Before getting down to a close reading, the reader should bear in mind the fact that the author is a keen observer and a good psychologist; thus, shaping their understanding of the short story one should take that fact into account so as not to miss the subtleties of the characters’ portrayals and the essence of the story itself. The very first thing that the reader comes across...

    Anton Chekhov, Bolesław Prus, Fiction 2172  Words | 5  Pages

  • To pleasure A Prince

    To Pleasure A Prince by Sabrina Jeffries is very close to being a wallbanger for me because the hero in this book is truly hard to tolerate and the heroine's "growing affection" for him comes off like increasing desperation on her part to emulate her martyr-prone romance heroine sisters. On one hand, I try to be patient with this book. I've read bad boy heroes who push the limits of acceptable behavior, enjoy these books, and there's that. But Marcus North isn't a bad boy as much as he comes off...

    Hero, Regina, Saskatchewan, Tantrum 1256  Words | 2  Pages

  • The pleasure of solitude

    The pleasures of solitude (by John Cheever) John Cheever (1912—1982) is a well known American storyteller. He started on his literary career at the age of 16. In his works Cheever deals with the complexities of the life of the middle class, the inhabitants of small towns and suburbs of big cities. THE PLEASURES OF SOLITUDE One evening when Ellen Goodrich had just returned from the office to her room in Chelsea, she heard a light knock on her door. She knew no one in the city intimately; there...

    2005 singles, Debut singles, English-language films 2270  Words | 6  Pages

  • Travelling Uk

    also be validated in advance of travel. Please ensure you arriv e 10 minutes prior to departure w ith your ticket av ailable for inspection. If travelling with an e-ticket, this must be printed in advance. A small charge will apply for printing tickets at National Express manned locations. Remember to allow extra time (at least 180 minutes) when travelling to an airport. Luggage allow ance: You can take two medium sized suitcases, at no more than 20kg each, per person free of charge. Extra luggage...

    Abbas Kiarostami, Discounts and allowances, Eurolines 874  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pleasure of Walking

    walkers included Jefferson, Lincoln, and Truman. Walking today is riding a wave of popularity that draws its strength from a rediscovery of walking's utility, pleasures, and health-giving qualities. This booklet is for those who want to join that movement. |   | | Walking: The Slower, Surer Way to Fitness People walk for many reasons: for pleasure...to rid themselves of tensions...to find solitude...or to get from one place to another. Nearly everyone who walks regularly does so at least in part because...

    Exercise, Gait, Heart rate 2732  Words | 7  Pages

  • Advantage of Travelling

    Advantage of travelling Even if you live in a vibrant city and have an exciting job and active social life, nothing can replace the unique experiences traveling offers. Visiting a foreign country opens your eyes to how the rest of the world lives; many therefore return home with a new appreciation for their own country while gaining a broader worldview in the process. Remember, you only live once, so passing up a chance to travel is tantamount to passing up a life-altering experience. 1. Break...

    Culture, Leave, Leave of absence 1128  Words | 4  Pages

  • Travelling: Culture and Travel

    Why do people insist in taking their holidays in the same locations year after year? This is always something that puzzled me as surely the whole reason behind travelling is to experience different cultures and their unique lifestyles? Sure, you may have had a great time on your holiday to (insert destination!) when you first visited five years ago but, does it surely the adrenalin fuelled excitement has started to wane with each passing year when you have visited? Of course you probably still haven't...

    Culture, Lifestyle, Mind 1351  Words | 4  Pages

  • Travelling: Trip and Foreign Country

    Topic 5: TRAVELLING A. The plan: I. Introduction E.g: travelling is my hobby… -I have visited many places……… but the most impressive to me is….. - Location: II. Main body 1. When did you travel? 2. Who did you go with? 3. How long? 4. How did you go? (Airplane, train, car,….) 5. Place: a. How far? b. How much time did it take? c. What did you prepare for the trip? +) Atmosphere: ( fresh, feel relaxed/ comfortable) +) Landscape/ Seascape:...

    Da Nang, Travel, Trip 1889  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pleasure

    YES-LINC-YSEL Afghanistan Afghanistan YES, LINC & YSEL Alumni Volunteer Activity Newsletter Page 1 Green Mountain Planting Project — Let’s go Green! American Councils for International Education worked jointly with Homaira Eshaq (an AfghanAmerican) to plant more than 760 evergreen saplings/trees in 3 days at 24 elementary/secondary and high schools of Kabul city. “Due to continued violence in Afghanistan, the cities and countryside experience deforestation, and its people suffer from respiratory...

    Afghanistan, Badghis Province, College 1138  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Pleasure Scale Final

    Habbestad English 104 2 December 2013 The Pleasure Scale As we go through life we will experience different events that will help shape the scales that we use in life. Biss talks about how pain is our own experience and no one else can feel the same intensity of pain that we feel at any given point in the day. I believe that it can also be turned around no one can feel the same type of pleasure that I feel. There is no way that I can write a scale of pleasure that fits every person that is on the earth;...

    Abraham Maslow, Happiness, High school 2784  Words | 10  Pages

  • Pain vs Pleasure

     Different Interpretations Dualism/Behaviorism for Pain and Pleasure People have a difficult time accepting that emotions as well as sensations exist on a continuous basis. Generally one type of emotion must exist and be experiential and the other polar opposite emotion must also exist and be experiential. This means you cannot have pleasure without pain, and that you cannot have pain without pleasure. People seem to be under the impression that an eternal pleasurable experience is possible...

    Animal rights, Feeling, Pain 1341  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Importance of Travelling for Personal Development

    Sofia Bubnova January 15, 13 CML Mr. Barrett The Importance of travelling for Personal Development. “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” These quotes by Saint Augustine and Lao Tzu represent thoughts of the wisest on the topic – “travelling”. I love travelling, and, myself agree with them. I have visited about 47 countries, which helped me a lot, and I gained experience in different things...

    A Thousand Miles, Abu Dhabi, Arab people 714  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Compass of Pleasure Response

    Addiction and the Future of Pleasure Addiction is a term that’s tossed around lightly. Many people use it every day to describe their strong desire or liking for something such as coffee, candy, or sports. Although most people believe they understand the meaning of addiction, the real concept of it is rooted deep inside the brain. Defining addiction isn’t as easy as the understanding of how much you love sports or the fact that you can’t go a day without coffee. The only way to truly define addiction...

    Addiction, Alcoholism, Brain 2107  Words | 6  Pages

  • Doctrine of Pleasure in Other Constitutions

    * THE DOCTRINE OF PLEASURE IN OTHER CONSTITUTIONS: The Doctrine of Pleasure exists in some form or the other in most States of the world. In this section, we examine a few Constitutions and see how they have applied the Doctrine to their existing political systems. United States of America- In the USA, the State Governor may be removed by the process of impeachment by State Legislature. Some State Constitutions also provide for recall of a Governor by popular vote. In the Senate, while debating...

    Constitution, President of the United States, Supreme Court of the United States 1899  Words | 6  Pages

  • Pleasure Craft Inc.

    The Management Team of Pleasure Craft INC. From: Group A+ Subject: Expanding Production Date: September 29, 2010 Since beginning 40 years ago, Pleasure Craft INC. has been successful in both the domestic and international marketplace. Currently producing two products, snowmobiles and personal watercraft, both of which have become mature markets and thus giving little room to grow, two options have been determined to further the growth of Pleasure Craft INC.. First being...

    Front End Loader, Net present value, Outboard motor 1174  Words | 4  Pages

  • Travelling: Train and Best Way

    Travelling I would like to tell you why travelling has become so popular. It is certain that modern life is impossible without travelling. Thousands of people travel either on business or for pleasure. Travelling is the best way to meet new people, to see new places, to learn the culture and traditions of the country. Moreover, travelling helps to get new unforgettable impressions. When you have holidays you can travel by car, by train, by plane and by sea. Of course, travelling by air is the fastest...

    Seaside resort, Train, Trains 760  Words | 1  Pages

  • Dialog "Different Means of Travelling"

    will travel the world alone. O: Oh, women-women, what a wet blanket they are! (Murmuring) L: Daddy, we've heard every word you've said. S: Well, we have to define 2 main points: the first one is where to go and the second one is which means of travelling to choose. O: As for me, there's nothing better than to travel by car – a good, fast car, I mean. When you're in a plane or smth like that you have to be driven by someone else, but travel by car is a more personal experience, for there you can...

    2007 singles, Hikaru Utada, Mode of transport 1533  Words | 4  Pages

  • Travelling Is a Part of Education

    opportunity to do it we can acquire a great deal of knowledge from books.but it is only second _hand knowledge.by travelling we come into direct contact with things that we wish to know.our knowledge of a distant land gained from numerous text books cannot stand comparison with that which a month's travel would give us.travel gives us a character of experience to our knowledge. by travelling wenot only gain knowledge but broaden our nature.like the frog in the well,the man who sticks to his home has...

    Learning, The Impressions, Travel 854  Words | 3  Pages

  • Aristotle on Nobility and Pleasure

    "The lovers of what is noble find pleasant the things that are by nature pleasant; and virtuous actions are such… Their life, therefore, has no further need of pleasure as a sort of adventitious charm, but has pleasure in itself." Ethics, I.8 Aristotle was a student under Plato, and although he did not believe in the metaphysical Forms that Plato so firmly believed in, he did apply an element of the theory behind the Forms. Instead, what Aristotle postulated was that there was some ultimate...

    Definition, Ethics, Happiness 1105  Words | 3  Pages

  • Higher Pleasures: Unique to Human Beings

     Are Higher Pleasures Unique to Human Beings? John Stuart Mill argues in Utilitarianism that higher pleasures are unique to human beings. Higher pleasures are those pleasures that require some minimum of cognitive capacities to enjoy. More specifically, higher pleasures are intellectual pleasures while lower pleasures are sensual pleasures. Mill argues that animals are not capable of experiencing higher pleasures because animals are not aware of their higher facilities; animals lack the...

    Bird, Consciousness, Female 1463  Words | 4  Pages

  • Mill's View of Lower/Higher Pleasures

    is a clear distinction between both lower and higher pleasures. Though thoroughly explained, one must also question the justification of these pleasures. Many of these beliefs leave the reader hanging on the edge, with further questions that need to be answered. What is the exact distinction between the lower and higher pleasures? And how are higher pleasures measured as most valuable? How clearly is Mill’s view of lower and higher pleasures justified? Mill, unlike some utilitarians (Epicureans)...

    Human, Mammal, Meaning of life 1249  Words | 3  Pages

  • Working holiday and Travelling in England

    Working holiday and Travelling in England Student No Student Name 10766455 Cheung Yi Lok   Introduction • Working holiday is very popul ar in Hong Kong. • Long history, glorious royal, a ttractive sceneries and a mild climate attract people to com e. • The United Kingdom is not str ange for Hong Kong people. Working holiday in brief • https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2rvhlyqbqQ • Applying visa • Be independent • Agency can help you to adapt • Travelling in that regions And I am going to share...

    British Empire, British nationality law, British overseas territories 653  Words | 24  Pages

  • Travelling: Travel and Public Transport

    18. Travelling I would like to start with types of transport to introduce this question, because transport is important part to accomplish our holidays, hobbies or daily life even. We can divide transport means into two parts. The first is public transport and the second is private. The most common and the cheapest public transport in our republic is bus, then follow the train, the tube, taxi and the most expensive is traveling by airplane. These different types of transport also depend on...

    Airline ticket, American Express, Automobile 1395  Words | 4  Pages

  • Travelling Agency Project

    COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT | 3. | ENVIRONMENT SCANNING | 4. | VALUE PROPOSITON | | | | | | | INTRODUCTION Now-a-days, people have become very much conscious to save fuel and they want comfort while travelling. In recent era, many people are doing their jobs far away from their homes so, they will prefer a medium which help them to reach out there rather driving their own vehicles because it might be costly for some people whose income is not that much...

    Brand, Brand management, Competition 1275  Words | 6  Pages

  • Travelling: Tourism and People

    became very popular in all social spheres of society. Modern life is impossible without travelling. Thousands of people travel every day on business or for pleasure. If you travel for pleasure you can see wonderful monuments, cultural and historical places, to learn a lot about the history of the country you are visiting. In other words, you will broaden your mind. Nowadays people travel not only for pleasure but also on business. You have to go to other countries to take part in different negotiations...

    Boarding house, House, Mode of transport 573  Words | 1  Pages

  • What give me pleasure

    My hobby or anything that brings me pleasure. The main value in my life is a family. She is my support, my happiness and my encourager. I remember when I was a child I was interested in technique of weaving a beads, a crochet, a cross-stitching and this is not the whole list of my so-called hobbies. For that I can and I love thank you very much my grandma! After all, she gave me my first knowledge! Incidentally, it also teaches me and support). Here, came to Kiev to sit with the great-grandson...

    Communication, Ethics, Orator 994  Words | 4  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

  • Travelling Has Great Educational Value

    Travelling has great educational value. It increases the frontiers of our knowledge. While travelling, a person comes across people of different races, religions, castes, regions, etc. He also visits different places. Each place has a historical importance of its own. Many colleges and schools arrange educational tours for the benefit of their students. Young boys and girls of western countries have a great passion for travelling. Travelling is also a source of great pleasure. It gives us respite...

    Caste 579  Words | 2  Pages

  • Travelling: Locomotive and Train

    Modern life is impossible without travelling. Thousands of people travel every day either business or for pleasure. They can travel by air, by sea, by train, by road. For some people there is nothing so exciting as traveling, and I'm not an exception. I hate seeing people off, I prefer being seen off myself. Hardly anyone can positively enjoy sitting in a train for more than a few hours. Train compartments soon get cramped and stuffy. During the journey, you can take a nap, but at night when you...

    Locomotive, Public transport, Rail tracks 594  Words | 2  Pages

  • Seeking Pleasure and Aggression Is Part of Human Instinct

    Seeking Pleasure and Aggression Is Part of Human Instinct Name: Mohamed Fakhry A.Wahab Based on Freud concepts of pleasure and aggression, discuses Hay Ibn Yaqzan and The Island of Animals It is said to be that seeking pleasure and aggression are a part of our human Instinct. We seek pleasure to shorten the time of our unhappiness. We live in a constant struggle to be always happy, and we use all the ways that take us to happiness. Aggression, on the otherhand, is a part of our human...

    Aggression, Aggressionism, Happiness 1462  Words | 4  Pages

  • Laura mulveys article visual pleasure and narrative cinema

    Laura Mulvey's article "Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema" argues that in classical hollywood cinema there exists a different viewing expierience for male and female spectators. explain the basis of the theory. Do you agree? Since 1970's Laura Mulvey has been regarded as one of the most famous and well known feminist in film critic. through out histry, women's body has been used as a vision of pleasure by men. women's bodies have been used to make profit for the males sexual desire. the women's...

    Female, Film, Film theory 1672  Words | 4  Pages

  • Going travelling

     Travelling As for me I prefer to learn about the world travelling.  Millions people all over the world spend their holidays travelling. They travel to see other countries and continents, modern cities and the ruins of ancient towns, they travel to enjoy picturesque places or just for a change of scene. It's always interesting to discover new things and different ways of life, to meet different people, to try different food, to listen to different music.  Those who live in the country like...

    Airport, Hikaru Utada, Train 667  Words | 2  Pages

  • Hedonism and Pleasure

    Hedonism Hedonism is a school of thought that argues that pleasure is the only intrinsic good. In very simple terms, a hedonist strives to maximize net pleasure (pleasure minus pain). Ethical hedonism is the idea that all people have the right to do everything in their power to achieve the greatest amount of pleasure possible to them. It is also the idea that every person's pleasure should far surpass their amount of pain. Ethical hedonism is said to have been started by a student of Socrates...

    Aristippus, Ethics, Happiness 363  Words | 2  Pages

  • Travelling Alone

    Suggest the precautions that a person can take while travelling alone. When we think instantly lyric of wonderful songTravelling Alone” by Patty Larkin, we can said that travelling alone is wonderful thing. Now, people prefer to travel alone, either all time or occasionally. The passion with which solo travellers speak about their experiences is amazing. However, travelling alone also can be scary thing, particularly if you have never hit the road alone before especially for women. They are actually...

    Female, Male, Patty Larkin 551  Words | 2  Pages

  • Travelling: Tourism and Respondents

    Faculty of Economics and Management 21st century challenges Travelling Report Student: Lecturer: 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS QUESTIONNAIRE 3 INTRODUCTION 5 1. LITERATURE ANALISIS 6 1.1. History of travelling 6 1.2. The purposes of travelling 8 1.3. The most visited places in the world 8 1.4. New technologies in travelling 10 2. DATA ANALYSIS 12 CONCLUSIONS 21 REFERENCES 22 QUESTIONNAIRE Travelling 1. Your gender: * Female * Male 2. Your age: * Under...

    Paris, Recreation, Tourism 5440  Words | 18  Pages

  • The diffferences in travelling prefferences

    The differences in travelling preferences between postgraduate students in Poland and United Kingdom Module name: Research Methods Word count: 4978 January 2014 1. Abstract The purpose of this report is to determine the differences between travelling preferences among British and Polish postgraduate students. Moreover, the report aims to establish the patterns in which a cultural background influence travelling and to detect similarities between British and Polish attitudes. ...

    Culture, Geert Hofstede, Graduate school 7805  Words | 76  Pages

  • The Pleasures and Perils of Smoking in Early Modern England

    The Pleasures and Perils of Smoking in Early Modern England The beginnings of smoking in England constitute a new period in culture and history, linking smoking and drugs with medicine and pleasure. The main reason why smoking was so popular in Modern England was the health aspect, i.e. Englishmen believed that tobacco was medicine. Today this concept seems to be surprising because it is commonly known that smoking is dangerous to people’s health. However, smoking was one of the main drugs shipped...

    Avicenna, Cigar, Cigarette 999  Words | 3  Pages

  • Women and Sexuality in Media: a Liberal Feminist Perspective Within an Historical Framework on the Commodification of Orgasm and Pleasure Based on the Documentary “the Price of Pleasure”

    “The Price of Pleasure” is a strong critique of one of America’s largest revenue producing industries, grossing somewhere between ten to fourteen billion dollars annually; pornography. The documentary walks viewers through the industry’s overarching patriarchal themes, its profit motivations and its effects on women’s sexual identity and mental health. It demonstrates clearly, how the intersection of capitalism and patriarchy, in the form of pornography, require a commodification of women’s bodies...

    Human sexual behavior, Human sexual response cycle, Human sexuality 1862  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pleasure of Reading

    Reading a book is perhaps the greatest source of pleasure to a cultured person. Reading broadens his outlook, drives away his narrow prejudices and lightens up his mind with truth and knowledge. Books are our best friends. They never deceive or desert us in our hour of need like so many of our human friends, and the advantages once received from the reading of books remain with us throughout our lives. It is a great pleasure for us to read the books of the master minds of the past that have brightened...

    Book, Educational psychology, English-language films 557  Words | 2  Pages

  • Visual Pleasure

    Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema (1975) - Laura Mulvey Originally Published - Screen 16.3 Autumn 1975 pp. 6-18 http://www.jahsonic.com/VPNC.html I. Introduction A. A Political Use of Psychoanalysis This paper intends to use psychoanalysis to discover where and how the fascination of film is reinforced by pre-existing patterns of fascination already at work within the individual subject and the social formations that have moulded him. It takes as starting point the way film reflects, reveals and...

    Castration, Castration anxiety, Fictional film 5847  Words | 15  Pages

  • Value of Travelling

    Since earliest times man has been a travelling creature. 1 It1 has hardly stayed at one place for a long time. A vegetable life is only rare in man. The earliest men travelled in search of food for themselves and their livestock. The men also travelled to find a place of maximum security not only from wild animals and calamities of nature but also from their fellow-men. Another reason for man’s travelling far and wide has been his love and curiosity for new knowledge regarding places and people...

    Ajmer, Chauhan, Country 545  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Travelling Passion

    A Travelling Passion “Why not mum?” Naomi screamed, infuriated by her mother’s response. “It’s not fair. You can’t tell me what to do forever!” It had been one month now since Naomi had been trying to persuade her mother to let her go on an exchange to Austria for a year. It was her teacher’s idea. Mrs. Doolittle had said, “Naomi you should take a break, go and do what you love to do-travel. You’ve worked hard this year and there are many benefits in experiencing other cultures.” Straight away...

    Mother, Telephone, Telephone exchange 565  Words | 2  Pages

  • Pleasures of Reading

    Reading a book is perhaps the greatest source of pleasure to a cultured person. Reading broadens his outlook, drives away his narrow prejudices and lightens up his mind with truth and knowledge. Books are our best friends. They never deceive or desert us in our hour of need like so many of our human friends, and the advantages once received from the reading of books remain with us throughout our lives. It is a great pleasure for us to read the books of the master minds of the past that have brightened...

    E-book, Educational psychology, English-language films 826  Words | 2  Pages

  • Travelling Salesman

    ------------------------------------------------- Travelling salesman problem The travelling salesman problem (TSP) or travelling salesperson problem asks the following question: Given a list of cities and the distances between each pair of cities, what is the shortest possible route that visits each city exactly once and returns to the origin city? It is an NP-hard problem in combinatorial optimization, important in operations research and theoretical computer science. The problem was first formulated...

    Ant colony optimization, Distance, Genetic algorithm 5667  Words | 17  Pages

  • Advantages of Travelling

    addition, it is also good for doing research about society. When an organization has a mission for society research, all of members need to know the location. Knowing location because of traveling make us such above. The second advantages of travelling is when we travel a lot, we build up good communication. After arriving the new place that we have never gone there, the first thing we need to do is communication. Even in the situation is very difficult or easy to communicate; we need to push...

    2002 albums, Basketball, Exercise 531  Words | 2  Pages

  • Simple Pleasures

    I had a simple purpose in life: to enjoy each and every single moment in my life. My five year-old-self embraced this as a daily ritual, and was driven to fulfill this purpose with an unyielding mindset. The simplest things brought the simplest pleasures, and that was all the drive I needed to continue that way of life. I wish I could say I have the same drive as I did back then. I wish I could say that life stayed just as simple as it did when you were a child. However, remembering little events...

    Aerosmith, Cardboard, Cardboard box 866  Words | 2  Pages

  • Travelling in Europe

    1. Forex: The best way to have forex over there is to carry forex from India and deposit it in an account there. Opening an account is a matter of minutes provided you carry your passport or ISIC as proof of identification. This way you save on the transaction charges levied on encashing the TC or using the Cash Card. Don’t ever buy the Travelex Cash Card as those guys really made our life miserable. We had a problem as they said that loading the card is allowed only once and we ran out of money...

    Automobile, Basketball, Credit card 1239  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nightlife Pleasure

    Young Adults and Clublife Pleasure Charlotte nightlife mixes people of all ages & backgrounds together into a very unique mode of entertainment. Some people are against going out at night and others are addicted to going out nightly. The different perspectives of the various people give better insight on finding out just how serious some issues on nightlife affect one another. If there is a direct way to find out just how the night life is for those that go out, no other person would be...

    Alcohol intoxication, Drinking culture, Father 810  Words | 2  Pages

  • Nothing Brings More Pain than Too Much Pleasure: Benjamin Franklin

    Hoffman AP English Language 15, February 2013 Nothing Brings More Pain than Too Much Pleasure Benjamin Franklin argues that an overly excessive amount of something good is bad. I firmly agree with Franklin’s claim, and have seen the justification of this concept in American society, history, literature, and my own personal experiences. American society is notorious for the advocation of excess wealth and pleasure and the unanimous goal of expanding knowledge and possession. Franklin’s argument applies...

    Adam and Eve, American Civil War, Bible 894  Words | 3  Pages

  • Travelling on Business

    Travelling on business Catching a train Exercise 1. Listen and complete the conversation. - Good morning. (a) the times of trains (b) Newcastle, please? - Afternoon, evening? When (c) ? - About five o’clock this afternoon. - About (d) . Right. Let’s have a look. There’s a train that (e) 4.45, and there’s (f) ...

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  • transport and travelling

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