It's not clear from the assignment whether your task is to write a non-fiction or fiction piece. Either way, you can interpret the idea of a journey in many ways. For example, a journey can be a trip to a physical location, or it can also be a metaphorical journey. Examples of a metaphorical journey include finding out something new about yourself, or about a loved one, or seeing a place where you've been before...
It's not clear from the assignment whether your task is to write a non-fiction or fiction piece. Either way, you can interpret the idea of a journey in many ways. For example, a journey can be a trip to a physical location, or it can also be a metaphorical journey. Examples of a metaphorical journey include finding out something new about yourself, or about a loved one, or seeing a place where you've been before in a new way.
As you prepare for this assignment, perhaps go over old photographs and think about journeys, both physical and metaphorical, that you've made. You can think about trips you've taken, friends you've gotten to know, or ways you've gotten to know yourself better. When writing, think about starting with a hook that grabs the reader, and try to show the reader the changes you went through on your journey by writing dialogue and description rather than by simply telling the reader what you experienced.
A Journey By Air
A Journey By Air :
I have been deeply moved on three occasions in my life. The first was when I stood on The top of a snowy peak in the Niligiris. My first sight of the sea was another occasion which moved me very deeply. But my first flight in the air was the most exciting experience in my life. I took A Journey By Air.
I was travelling form Chennai to Maldives by air. I entered the aeroplan in the morning. At first it was no better than getting into a car or bus. The noise of the machine made me feel that it was different. Soon the plan took off and rose in the air higher and higher. The buzzing sound which had fascinated me from ground now belonged to me. The things below looked so tiny.
The plane flew very fast rushing through the air without a bump or a jolt when all of a sudden bad weather overtook us. The plane began to swing from side to side and the pilot was a little troubled in controlling it. But I felt happy like a bird swigging in the air. Some of the passengers moved about and felt sick. Some slept in their seats but I sat still with great attentions. I took the greatest pleasure in looking at the scenery of the different places as we passed over.
After an hour’s flight we were told that we were passing over Indian Ocean which looked like a meadow from high in the air. It was a lovely sight. The sun was just setting. The ships below looked like toys which float in a tub of water. The blue sea on the right and left was simply enchanting.
We had our dinner at our seats and I was introduced to the members of the plane crew. There was the chief pilot who commanded the plane. Then there was a co-pilot, a navigator and three belonging to the plane. One of them was an engineer, another radio expert and the third radioman. There were also pursers and air hostesses to look after the passengers.
I do not know when I fell asleep. My father woke me up. It seemed to be a big dash through the air. I was very anxious to get a glimpse of main land. But when we were approaching the landing zone, strong winds overtook us. Fog blinded our views. I was badly disappointed. Our plane finally touched down at the airport from where we drove off to a hotel in the heart of city of Chicago. The whole flight had taken us nearly five hours. It was a very interesting and exciting one indeed.
A Journey By Air
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