Sample Paper on My Vacation to Syria
During one of my vacations to Syria, I made a visit to the area known as Alathekeah. This fine area had so much to offer, from the people it is home to, to the scenery and breathtaking topography. However, it was a visit to the beach that suddenly got my attention. This sandy hot outdoor environment had a twist to it that made it fascinating yet disturbingly confusing. In the ordinary order of things, a change in weather is usually the cause of variant geographical locations, often separated by significant distances. However, while at the beach, this norm shattered at the realization that extreme heat and extreme cool could be separated merely by a highway. This area, whose temperature soars at the beach and drops drastically across the highway, just a few meters from it, is the most alien place I’ve visited in my life.
On the other hand, I spend most of my time in the U.S, with most of it spent in the comfort of my apartment. While it may not be the most lavish of places in the country, it serves me extremely well and has all the amenities I require to ensure a proper, thriving, existence. My apartment has a well-furnished living room, a kitchen, a balcony, two bathrooms and two bedrooms. Like most inquisitive and eager-minded individuals my age, I spend most of my time during the week in search of documentaries online in my living room and refurbishing the spent energy from the kitchen (usually the fridge). As such, while I do have at least six hours of sleep and two hours on Saturday on the balcony, with the exception of the bathroom, the living room and kitchen are where I spend most of my days.