Describe a trip you took by public transport.
You should say:
when and where you went;
why you chose this form of transportation;
what you did or saw on the trip;
and explain how you felt about the trip.
1. What kinds of transportation are there in your hometown?
2. What kinds of vehicle (or car) do people in your hometown buy?
3. How do you think transportation will (or might) change in the future?
4. Compare vehicles today with vehicles in the past.
5. How do you think vehicles could be improved? (Perhaps, the word “cars" or
"motor vehicles” is used?
6. What do you think about the traffic conditions in your hometown?
7. How can we solve the problems of traffic jams during the rush hours?
8. What kind of transportation do most people take?
9. Should people who buy cars be taxed?
This last winter we escaped the cold and headed off to the warmth of a tropical climate in Bangkok, Thailand. On the second day we headed to a night bazaar by bus and it was a fantastic experience. We got some basic directions from our hotel front desk and headed off for to explore. Bangkok is very tourist-friendly so getting around was a breeze.
We chose to go by bus, because this gave us a bird's eye view of the sights and sounds of this famous city. The bus was a bit hot and stuff and without a/c so by the time we got to the night market we were sweating like pigs. The experience was one I don't think I would like anytime soon.
We saw some amazing sights, from the historic palaces through to tuk-tuks and backpackers spread throughout the city. The night market was really a great experience. We bought a bunch of souvenirs and Thai snacks and ate some of the local delicacies. Bangkok is a city that never sleeps, and we were like kids in a candy store.
The trip made me feel really energized and motivated to travel more in the future. It sparked my interest in southeast Asia and since then I have been to a few more similar countries. I feel alive when I travel and experience new adventures.