Describe something special you took home from a tourist attraction
You should say:
What it was
What it was like
When you bought it
Where you bought it
And explain why you think it was special
I would like to talk about the batik work, a souvenir made by and for myself when I was travelling in Guizhou province last year. It really is home to(富有) natural wonders and diverse cultures of ethnic groups. That was last summer vacation which was the best time for my adventure in Guizhou,a province in southwest of China. I marveled at(惊叹) the splendor(雄伟壮观) of Huangguoshu waterfall, the largest one of its kind(同类中最大的) in Asia. And breathtaking(令人惊叹的) views of Bali Dujuan, meaning Hundred Miles of Rhododendrons (rəudə dendrən/杜鹃花) in English stopped me from leaving the scenic spot. However, the most meaningful and unforgettable thing wasthe “batik masterpiece” I created and brought back home. I entered a Batik ExperienceWorkshop; itwas brimful with Miao ethnic characteristics , and I bought myself the chance to make my own batik cloth there. In this curious and exciting hands-on(动手的) activity, I chose my snow-whitesquare cloth, drew on it a chubby piggy with hot wax and soaked the cloth in bluevegetable dye(植物染料). It’s easy to summarize these processes, but so complicated it was (倒装) for me tocomplete each procedure scrupulously(仔仔细细地). Guess what, after removing the wax and ironing the cloth, I created the most adorable white pig who was running through the blue skypattern . The batik cloth is so treasurable and special for me because it was not only the achievementthat I attained with my efforts but a good wish to myself as I was born in the year of the pig. I ama pig boy/girl, yah! And more importantly, I feel so proud of this traditional technique and the craftsmanship embodied(体现) in it. I relish(享受) the ethnic diversities I experienced there and I love my motherland who boasts such wonderful cultures.