Describe an important journey that was delayed
You should say:
When it was
Why it was important
How it was delayed
And explain how you felt about it
Last April, me and my friend Anna decided to go to Japan, because both of us have been huge fans of anime(日漫). We planned to go to some manga exhibitions in Tokyo and Kyoto, take photos in kimonos(和服) and try some authentic(地道的) Japanese dishes. But what we didn’t expect was that my flight was delayed(航班延误).
This trip was important for me, because me and Anna have made it a routine to travel at least once a year—it has been our way of bonding(发展关系，维系关系)d. You know, we live in different cities in China, so this trip probably could be called the most precious time we spend together.
If my memory serves me right(如果我没记错), the flight was scheduled to depart at around 6:30 am that day. I don’t remember the exact time now, but I am pretty sure it was really early in the morning. That day, I washed up(洗漱), packed, and went to the airport, only to find that my flight was delayed. Words on the screen of the lounge said that the flight I took was delayed, but didn’t give the exact landing time. I waited and waited until it was time for lunch and finally heard the announcer said that the flight would take off at 6:00 pm. Since I was already in the lounge and it was lunch time, I had no other choice but grabbed a combo in the McDonald’s inside the airport, and it costed me twice as usual. What was worse was that the flight didn’t take off before the stuff member cleaned it up and finished their pre-flight check(航前检查). It finally took off at 7:00 pm. Luckily, Anna didn’t blame anyone for this, and our trip was satisfying.