Set 1: Essay On A Journey By Boat
A journey by boat is always very pleasurable and enjoyable because it has an attraction of its own. Rowing a boat provides a lot of fun. Last summer I had an opportunity to go to New Zealand with my family for about a week. We stayed in a hotel, which was within walking distance from the sea.
During our stay, we visited many beautiful places in different cities of New Zealand. On the third day, my father hired a boat for a few hours. Although the boat was quite roomy, it was not very big. With great excitement, my parents, uncle, sister, younger brother and myself, got into the boat. It was late evening. The sun had just gone below the horizon.
The scenery was very beautiful. The sky looked amazing. There were not many boats in the sea. I wanted to row the boat but my father did not allow me. The boatman supported me and came to my help. He assured that he would take care that I did not cause any harm to the boat or to myself. In the end, my father agreed.
I sat in the place of the boatman and had a delightful experience of rowing for almost twenty minutes. Imagine my thrill and pride when I was able to row the boat and keep it on its path. Of course, its speed was reduced.
Soon the sky was sparkling bright with the moon light. The dark outline of tall coconut trees on the shore seen against the dark background made everything more beautiful. The lights of the nearby huts and of the bridge threw beams of silver reflection in the sea. The sky was studded with twinkling stars. The view was remarkably stunning.
Time flew very fast and our journey was about to come to an ended. The boatman brought us back to the shore. We enjoyed every single minute of the boat ride. It was wonderful. My parents were pleased to see all of us smiling and happy. I am grateful to God for letting me such wonderful opportunity. Even after so many days, its memory makes me feel happy.
Set 2: Essay On A Journey By Boat
A journey by boat is always very pleasant. It has a charm of its own. Rowing a boat provides a lot of fun.
Last summer I had the opportunity to go to Mauritius for about a week. We stayed in a hotel, which was within walking distance from the sea. On the full moon day, my father hired a boat for two hours. The boat was quite spacious though not very big. All of us—my father, mother, sister, younger brother and myself, got into the boat.
It was dusk. The sun had just set. The scenery was very beautiful. There were not many boats in the sea. I wanted to row but my father was afraid to let me do that. The boatman came to my help. He said that he would take care that I did not cause any harm to the boat or to myself. In the end, my father agreed.
I sat in the place of the boatman and had the joy of rowing for almost ten minutes. Imagine my thrill and pride when I was able to row the boat and keep it on course. Of course, its speed was reduced. My brother envied me.
Soon the moon was shining brightly. The tall coconut trees silhouetted against the sky made a beautiful scene. The lights of the nearby houses and of the bridge threw beams of silver in the sea. The sky was studded with stars. The view was breathtakingly beautiful.
Time flew and very soon the two hours were over. The boatman brought us back to the shore. We enjoyed every single minute of the boat ride. It was really wonderful. The memory still mesmerises me.
Set 3: Essay On A Journey By Boat
Journey by boat is a pleasant thing. In my opinion, it is the most pleasant journey. When my friends expressed a desire to pass some hours near the Ganges, I became very excited. I invited them to a boating trip on the Ganges. They were very glad at my invitation.
When they came, I called my servant Madan and asked him to go to Chunni, a boatman. Madan came with Chunni very soon. I hired Chunni’s boat for a day. My friend Harish had a camera. His brother Suresh came with his stove and a packet of tea. Rohan came with some milk, sweets and biscuits.
Chunni made necessary preparations and we sat quite comfortably in the boat which was well decorated. We were six in all. When the boat began to sail towards the east, we were very glad to see the natural scenery. The sun was shining in the sky, The water of the Ganges was crystal clear. The air was cool. The birds were flying in the sky. The rays of the morning sun were falling on the tops of the temples. The golden tops of the temples were shining.
The scene of the bathing ghats was no less impressive. Some people were bathing on the ghats, while some were bathing in the middle of the river. Some were reading the holy books. Some were worshipping the sun-god. Small children were very happy and were splashing water on one another.
Our boat was sailing towards the Asi Ghat. We were talking and cracking jokes. Everyone of us was in a good mood. When we were near the Harish Chandra Ghat, my brother Manoj began to sing a song. We all liked his song very much. Everyone, one after another, started performing their talents. It was 12 o’ clock and we decided to rest. So we asked Chunni not to go further. We reached the bank and began to prepare tea. I requested my friends to have some refreshments. Then we rested for sometime in the garden.
It was evening and we decided to return. The Ganges water was clear. The rays of the setting sun were making it golden. It was a beautiful sight.
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