Dream Paper

Topics: Wildlife, Great Plains, Nature Pages: 2 (711 words) Published: January 10, 2013
Africa is the home of my ancestors, and a place I would love to visit. It’s the motherland to civilization, everyone in one way or another has ties that go back to Africa. Instead of animals locked up in a zoo, Africa is their natural habitat. It’s a beautiful place that would be such an adventure to go and explore. My dream is to go live in Africa, explore for the great wild life, and visit some historical sites that Africa has to offer. I would take this trip in 2 different phases that lasted at least two months long.

This is phase one of my 2 phased “Dream Trip”. I want to go to Africa and see what it would be like to live the life that my ancestors lived. I want to experience everything they would have. The only way to do this is to spend time with a native African tribe, maybe even live with them. I would be 100% open to this, it would be such a great experience for me. I want to live free of standardized testing, consistent competition and live a life of peace and prosperity in my homeland of Africa. My first adventure or objective on my dream trip to Africa would me finding a tribe that would be accepting of me joining them for awhile. Attempting to live as they would, without modern technology, any of my friends or any norms that I’ve been used to living here in the states would be a serious challenge for me. I suppose in the wild I would have to rely on myself or my tribe for common necessities such as food, water, etc. This could propose a serious problem for me because I’ve been so used to the great abundance of food and water here in America. I think I could get through this but it definitely would be a challenge for me. This phase of my dream trip I think should last at least a month, if I got comfortable with it and enjoyed it maybe longer!

Phase 2 would be exploring the great wildlife that lives within the motherland of Africa. Nowhere in the world is there such a place such as Africa. Walking through the plains you may encounter a wild...
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